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Russia's Rosatom sees foreign revenues, new products fuelling rapid growth

Jun 24 2019

MOSCOW Russian state nuclear company Rosatom aims to triple its revenue in U.S. dollar terms by 2030, driven by foreign projects from Belarus to Bangladesh and new product areas such as carbon fibre, its chief executive told Reuters.

Russia's Rosatom sees foreign revenues, new products fuelling rapid growth

Jun 24 2019

MOSCOW Russian state nuclear company Rosatom aims to triple its revenue in U.S. dollar terms by 2030, driven by foreign projects from Belarus to Bangladesh and new product areas such as carbon fiber, its chief executive told Reuters.

Rosatom sees Northern Sea Route costs at 735 billion roubles, Russian budget to provide a third

Jun 24 2019

MOSCOW Russia's ambitious Northern Sea Route (NSR) requires 735 billion roubles ($11.7 billion) in investments, with the state budget to provide a third and the rest to come from companies and banks, the head of state nuclear firm Rosatom, Alexey Likhachyov, said.

Russia's VTB eyes stake in grain trader Mirogroup: sources

Jun 09 2019

MOSCOW Russian state-controlled bank VTB, which has been actively buying grain export infrastructure assets, is preparing to buy a stake in major local grain trader Mirogroup, a source familiar with the talks and a grain industry source said.

UPDATE 1-Russia's VTB eyes stake in grain trader Mirogroup - sources

Jun 08 2019

MOSCOW, June 8 Russian state-controlled bank VTB , which has been actively buying grain export infrastructure assets, is preparing to buy a stake in major local grain trader Mirogroup, a source familiar with the talks and a grain industry source said.

DP World wants to operate ports along Russia's northern sea route

Jun 07 2019

ST PETERSBURG, June 7 DP World, one of the world's largest port operators, wants to run ports that Russia plans to build along the northern sea route in the Arctic to shorten shipping times between the east and west, its chief executive told Reuters.

Russia's Aeroflot scales back Superjet flights after fatal crash

Jun 03 2019

MOSCOW Russian airline Aeroflot has scaled back the number of Sukhoi Superjet 100 flights it operates after one of its planes made a crash-landing last month, killing 41 people, according to data provided by a flight tracking website.

Russia's Aeroflot scales back Superjet flights after fatal crash

Jun 03 2019

MOSCOW, June 3 Russian airline Aeroflot has scaled back the number of Sukhoi Superjet 100 flights it operates after one of its planes made a crash-landing last month, killing 41 people, according to data provided by a flight tracking website.

Russia removed 2 million tonnes of tainted Druzhba oil using rail, sea, storage: sources

May 24 2019

MOSCOW Russia is using rail, storage tanks and ships to remove contaminated oil from an export pipeline, and has so far extracted around 2 million tonnes of the tainted oil - or over a third of volumes hit, industry sources and data showed.

Russian airport fire crews mobilized a minute after jet crash-landed

May 08 2019

MOSCOW Staff at a Moscow airport scrambled fire crews one minute after a malfunctioning passenger jet crash-landed on Sunday, raising questions among some senior Russian aviation industry figures about whether the staff acted quickly enough.

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