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MINSK, April 20. /TASS/. Rosatom plans to increase its foreign contracts portfolio in 2016 by $20 bln to nearly $130 bln, the company’s First Deputy CEO for Operations Management Alexander Lokshin said on Wednesday.
"The foreign contracts portfolio will be increased by $20 bln," he said, noting that currently the company’s foreign order portfolio exceeds $110 bln.
According to Lokshin, in 2015 the company's revenue abroad was equal to the figures on the domestic market.
It was reported earlier Rosatom has boosted its portfolio of foreign contracts for 10-year period to more than $110 bln in 2015.
Apart from contracts for construction of new nuclear power stations, the portfolio of orders also comprises supplies of enriched uranium, natural uranium, nuclear fuel as well as contracts on maintenance service and equipment supplies.
As of early 2015, Rosatom’s foreign contracts portfolio totaled $101.4 bln.