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Interview with Oboronprom General Director Dmitry Lelikov for the “Arsenal” program on the Ekho Moskvy radio station

SERGEY BUNTMAN: Good evening. Let’s start our latest program. Your anchors this evening are Anatoly Ermolin, Alexander Kurennoy and Sergey Buntman. Our guest is Dmitry Lelikov – General Director of the OPK Oboronprom. Good evening. D. LELIKOV: Good evening.  Read more » about Interview with Oboronprom General Director Dmitry Lelikov for the “Arsenal” program on the Ekho Moskvy radio station

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Echo Moskvy radio station

We Have Been Working To Consolidate The Industry Over The Past Four Years

United Engine Corporation (UEC) is currently going through tough times, much like the rest of the Russian aircraft manufacturing industry, with the liabilities of its member companies exceeding their annual revenues. In his first interview since his appointment, General Director VLADISLAV MASALOV tells RBC Daily reporter SERGEY STARIKOV how the industry is recovering from the crisis.— You took over management of United Engine Corporation (UEC) not so long ago. Will there be any change in strategy?  Read more » about We Have Been Working To Consolidate The Industry Over The Past Four Years

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RBC Daily (Moscow)

“The Doors Are Not Closed to Anyone” – Russian Helicopters CEO Dmitry Petrov

Dmitry Petrov believes Russian Helicopters’ model line is competitive in the most lucrative market segments, and the types of machines lacking today will be developed jointly with the Italians and Chinese.  Read more » about “The Doors Are Not Closed to Anyone” – Russian Helicopters CEO Dmitry Petrov

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Vedomosti newspaper

Petrov Sells Russian Helicopters - And Flies Them

Readers of Britain's Times might have been astonished when they opened the newspaper one April morning last year and saw a full-page advertisement of a helicopter flying over Buckingham Palace and carrying a huge white gift box tied up with a white ribbon."To one well-known helicopter pilot from one well-known helicopter manufacturer," read the text of the advertisement, addressing Prince William, who is a trained helicopter pilot and serves in Britain's Royal Air Force.  Read more » about Petrov Sells Russian Helicopters - And Flies Them

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The Moscow Times

Oboronprom CEO Andrey Reus: We Have Consolidated Everything We Could

Oboronprom CEO talks about the Russian helicopter and engine industryIn recent years Russian helicopter and engine makers have been increasing their sales on the domestic and international market. Kommersant correspondent Ivan Safranov has spoken to the CEO of the Oboronprom corporation, ANDREY REUS, about the company's relations with the Russian MoD and its strategy on the international market.  Read more » about Oboronprom CEO Andrey Reus: We Have Consolidated Everything We Could

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Kommersant newspaper

Oboronprom CEO Andrey Reus: We Now Compete With The World’s Best

Oboronoprom, Russia’s leading defense contractor and part of the Rostekhnologii (Russian Technologies) state corporation, will be 10 years old this year. Interfax-AVN has spoken to its director-general, Andrey Reus, about the company's achievements and plans.REUS: First of all, let us recall the circumstances in which our corporation was set up, and the Russian industrial policy at the time. I was actually involved in drawing up that policy when I served as deputy minister for industry and energy in 2004-2007.  Read more » about Oboronprom CEO Andrey Reus: We Now Compete With The World’s Best

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Interfax AVN

Talking About Helicopters And Engines With The Prime Minister

Russiaaims to become one of the world leaders in the helicopter and engine industry by 2020, and secure the competitiveness of our high-tech products on the world markets for the next 40-50 years. This is the ambitious objective set byAndrey Reus, head of OBORONPROM Corporation. He spoke to Rossiyskaya Gazeta following the conclusion of the MAKS-2011 international aerospace exhibition in Zhukovskiy, Moscow Region, about how all these goals will be achieved.  Read more » about Talking About Helicopters And Engines With The Prime Minister

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Rossijskaya gazeta

OBORONPROM CEO Andrey Reus: Competition key to quality product

The new-generation PD-14 engine for civilian aircraft, the first of a whole family; a future engine for military aircraft; a future high-speed helicopter and gas turbines for small power plants - these are just some of the projects launched over the past three years by Oboronprom, an umbrella corporation for the Russian helicopter and aircraft engine industries. These projects aim to deliver a range of high-quality Russian products that will compete on the world markets over the next 40 to 50 years. Izvestiya has talked about their progress, financing and, most importantly, overall strategy with Oboronprom Director-General Andrey Reus  Read more » about OBORONPROM CEO Andrey Reus: Competition key to quality product.
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"Izvestiya"

"We must anticipate the market rather than play catch-up"

In 2009, Oboronprom set up the United Engine-Building Corporation (ODK) and began preparing its Russian Helicopters (Vertolety Rossii) holding for an IPO. Oboronprom’s director-general and head of ODK, Andrey Reus, has spoken to Aviaport about his company’s priorities in engine and helicopter making, the internal workings of ODK and Oboronprom’s plans for cooperation with foreign partners.  Read more » about "We must anticipate the market rather than play catch-up"

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AviaPort.Ru

WE ARE AIMING FOR 15% OF THE WORLD MARKET

In 2007 the country’s helicopter manufacturing plants were placed under the management of Russian Helicopters, which is now creating a specialized holding company and developing a strategy for the development of the sector. RBK correspondent Sergey Starikov interviewed OJSC Russian Helicopters Director General Andrey Shibitov about the current state and outlook for the development of the helicopter manufacturing sector in Russia.  Read more » about WE ARE AIMING FOR 15% OF THE WORLD MARKET

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RBC Daily (Moscow)

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