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Rosatom meets potential Hungarian suppliers

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Representatives of Russia's Rosatom informed Hungarian businessmen of projects of potential cooperation in the field of conventional, nuclear and renewable energy in Budapest on Thursday. About 150 Hungarian companies were represented at the meeting. Rosatom is ready to involve Hungarian suppliers not only in projects in Hungary or in the Central and East Europe but also in its investments around the world, Rusatom Overseas deputy head Boris Arsejev said. A statement of Rosatom said the company is prepared to involve the largest possible number of local manufacturers in its bid if the Hungarian government invites a tender for the construction of the fifth and sixth blocks of the Paks nuclear power plant. The local content could exceed 30% according to preliminary calculations. A tender to expand the Paks plant, which accounts for about 40% of electricity generated in Hungary, is expected to be called soon.

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