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ROSATOM Engineering Division has won the annual contest of yearly reports of the companies working in Russia

Engineering Division of ROSATOM Communications Department, PUBLISHED 24.11.2019

The Engineering Division of ROSATOM has won the XXII annual contest of yearly reports in the nomination For the best quality of information presentation on sustainable development. The Moscow Exchange and RCB media group are organizers of the contest which has been held since 1997 and is the main platform for presentation of yearly reports of the companies working in Russia (Russian and foreign). This year 123 companies took part therein.

The expert group providing the pre-estimate (180 people from 90 countries) and a panel of judges including representatives of such organizations as RUIE, Sberbank SIB, VTB Capital, PwC, Interfax, KPMG and Moscow Exchange highly appreciated the level of information presentation in the yearly report of the Rosatom Engineering Division for 2018.

The report was generated in compliance with the international and Russian standards. Having realized the significance of its own activity for the economy and society, the Engineering Division sets the business sustainable development as its primary goal, including by means of increasing of its aggregate cost/value for the stakeholder, wide range of stakeholders and society on the whole. The term cost/value does not imply only products produced or services rendered or financial results, but a combination of the Companys economic, social and ecological impact on the society and the environment.

Topics: Rosatom

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