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Russia's Nuclear Sector Reform: First Results

Anna Belova

Ms. Belova was deeply involved in restructuring of Russia's nuclear energy sector in 2005-2007 and was one of the top advisors and decisionmakers in this area. In the commentary she shares her experience of making a modern business entity out of an inherited huge Soviet nuclear monster. She also gives an insider view of the plans for Rosatom and difficulties that may emerge in the process of corporatization and development of the nuclear industry.

Russia's Nuclear Sector Reform: First Results


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SECURITY INDEX №3 (85), 2008

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