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Rating of the most significant contracts of Russia for the export of drug products concluded in 2012

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Rating of the most significant contracts of Russia for the export of drug products concluded in 2012

The 10 rating of the most significant contracts from the point of view of TSAMTO, concluded by Russia in 2012, includes the following programs for the export of defense products.


1. Arms Package Package with Iraq

2. Contract with India for the supply of vehicle kits for assembling 42 Su-30МКИ

3. Contract with India for the supply of the second batch of Mi-17B-5 helicopters

4. Contract with China for the supply of Mi-52E helicopters

5. Contract for the first stage of development of the MTA multipurpose transport aircraft

6. Contract with China for the supply of the next batch of engines AL-31F

7. Contracts with India for the supply of Invar ATGM “Konvar” and “Konkurs-M”

8. Contract with the United States for the purchase of an additional 10 Mi-17B-5 helicopters

9. Contract with Indonesia for the supply of BMP-3F

10. Contract with Belarus for the supply of Yak-130UBS

1. Arms Package Package with Iraq

In the second half of 2012, Russia and Iraq signed a number of contracts in the field of military-technical cooperation worth more than 4,2 billion dollars. There is no official data on the details of signed contracts.

According to the Vedomosti newspaper, the package included purchases of attack helicopters Mi-30HE and 28 ZRPK Pantsir up to 42. In the future, contracts for the supply of MiG-29М / М2 fighters can be concluded.

In October, the fact of signing a package contract was officially confirmed (without specifying details) during the visit to Moscow of Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

However, in the future around this transaction began to receive reports of its possible cancellation.

In November, Ali Mousavi, Iraqi Prime Minister Spokesman Nouri al-Maliki, announced that the contract was canceled due to suspicion of corruption. Despite the fact that Iraqi Defense Minister Sadun al-Dulaimi almost immediately disavowed the words of Ali Mousavi, questions remained about the deal.

Despite assurances from the Iraqi Defense Minister, Russia demanded official explanations from Baghdad. On the initiative of the Iraqi side of 12 December, a telephone conversation took place between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki. According to the Kremlin’s press service, “the parties exchanged views on the implementation of the agreements reached during the visit of the Iraqi Prime Minister to Moscow in October 2012”. Details about the content of the conversation is not available.

Despite the uncertainty of the situation, this package contract is currently the largest in terms of value for Russia according to the 2012 results for the year and occupies the first place in the rating.

2. Contract with India for the supply of vehicle kits for assembling 42 Su-30МКИ

During the visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to India 24 December, a contract was signed for the supply of technological kits for the licensed assembly of the 42 Su-30МКИ multipurpose fighter jets.

Airplanes, as before, will be assembled at the facilities of the Indian company Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL).

Initially, the world media quoted the Associated Press agency, which reported that the value of the contract was 1,6 billion dollars. Later, the Hindu newspaper, citing its sources, reported that the value of the contract is 120 billion rupees (2,2 billion dollars). Officially confirmed data on the final value of the contract is currently not available.

The fact that the new fighters will be in the version of "Super Dry", as previously assumed, is not reported. Judging by the cost of the contract, India will be delivered the latest modification of the Su-30MKI, which are already being produced and are in service with the Indian Air Force (for the Indian Air Force, currently, about 170 Su-30MKI fighters of various "technical" are made).

3. Contract with India for the supply of the second batch of Mi-17B-5 helicopters

During the visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to India 24 December a long-awaited contract was signed for the supply of the second batch of Mi-17B-5 helicopters.

As part of this order, according to reports, India will purchase a 71 machine (12 helicopters Mi-17В-5 for the needs of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and 59 machines for the Indian Air Force).

The cost of the option to purchase 59 helicopters Mi-17В-5 (in addition to the main contract for 80 machines, signed in 2008 year) was estimated at about 1 billion dollars. Taking into account the purchase of additional 12 machines for the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the cost of the contract signed by 24 in December amounted to 1,3 billion dollars, according to media reports (in the official press release of Russian Helicopters, the number of helicopters of the second batch and the cost of the agreement are not mentioned).

India ordered 80 Mi-17В-5 helicopters in Russia in 2008 for a contract worth 1,34 billion dollars. Delivery of all 80 helicopters under this contract is scheduled to be completed in 2013 year (possibly at the beginning of 2014 year). The delivery of the second batch of helicopters is scheduled for completion in 2015.

Note. According to the Press Trust of India report, on the whole 24 in December, Russia and India signed contracts worth 250 billion rupees (4,55 billion dollars). If the cost parameters for the supply of helicopters (1,3 billion dollars) and Su-30MKI (2,2 billion dollars) car kits are true, the volume of “undeclared” agreements, according to the Press Trust of India source, is 1,05 billion dollars.

4. Contract with China for the supply of Mi-52E helicopters

Rosoboronexport OJSC and the Chinese company Poly Technologies in August 2012 signed contract documents for the delivery of X-NUMX Mi-52E helicopters to the PRC.

Helicopter shipments are scheduled for 2012-2014 years. Under the terms of the contracts, the first 8 units. Mi-171E is scheduled to be transferred to the Chinese side in 2012, the remaining helicopters are expected to be delivered in 2013 and 2014.

The contracts were signed in the development of an agreement concluded by X-NUMX, the Russian Helicopters holding company and the Chinese company Poly Technologies, for the delivery of X-NUMX Mi-2009 helicopters to China. The successful completion of this agreement in 32 laid the foundation for the development of cooperation with Poly Technologies in the purchase of Russian-made helicopters.

The cost of the contract for the supply of China 52 Mi-171 helicopters exceeds 600 million dollars.

5. Contract for the first stage of development of the MTA multipurpose transport aircraft

UAC-Transport Aircraft, Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. (HAL) and Multirole Transport Aircraft Ltd. (MTAL) 28 May in Bangalore signed a general contract for the design of a multi-purpose transport aircraft.

The contract for the first stage of the development of the MTA multipurpose transport aircraft took place in New Delhi on October 12. The contract was signed between the Russian-Indian joint venture MTAL - the customer, the Indian corporation “Hindustan Aeronautics Limited” and the Russian company JSC OAK-TS — the contractors.

The signing of this contract gives an official start to the design work according to the terms of reference approved by the MI of India and the MOS of Russia and opens financing of these works. Control over compliance with the requirements for the aircraft at all stages will be exercised by representatives of the ministries of defense of both countries.

6. Contract with China for the supply of the next batch of engines AL-31F

At the beginning of 2012 of the year, Rosoboronexport signed a contract with the Chinese Ministry of Defense to supply the next batch of X-NUMX aircraft engines AL-140F worth around 31 million dollars.

7. Contracts with India for the supply of Invar ATGM “Konvar” and “Konkurs-M”

In early November, India and Russia signed two contracts for the supply of the Indian Army Invar and Konkurs-M to the Indian army.

The Indian Government Security Committee (CCS) on October 18 approved the allocation of 20 billion rupees (about 370 million dollars) for the purchase of 10 thousand ATGM “Invar” (9K119M “Reflex-M”) for tanks T-90S.

In this case, all the Invar ATGM of this party will be supplied by Russia. According to the plans, the next contract for the production of additional 15 thousand. Invar ATGM provides for the creation of a joint venture for the licensed production of ATGM at Bharat Daynemiks Ltd. facilities in India.

A week later, on October 25, the Indian Government Security Committee approved the allocation of 12 billion rupees (about 223 million dollars) for the production of another batch of 10 thousand Konkurs-M ATGM for the mechanized infantry units of the SV of the country.

This is the second agreement on the production of Russian ATGM for four years.

As TSAMTO reported earlier, in 2008, a contract was concluded for the continuation of licensed production around 4 thousand ATGM "Konkurs-M". The manufacture of Russian ATGM "Competition" is performed by the company "Bharat Daynemiks Ltd."

According to the plans, at that time it was planned to purchase about 15 thousand. Competition-M ATGMs with a total value of 13,8 billion rupees. Apparently, the current order is an option to the contract from 2008 year.

8. Contract with the United States for the purchase of an additional 10 Mi-17B-5 helicopters

The US Department of Defense 18 July announced the signing of the command of the US Army with Rosoboronexport contract with a fixed cost of 171,38 million dollars for the supply of Mi-17В-5 helicopters for the AF of Afghanistan (the procurement is financed by the USA).

The agreement is in addition to the existing contract and provides for the delivery of another 10 Mi-17B-5 helicopters.

The original contract entered into in May 2011 of the year provided for the supply of X-NUMX helicopter Mi-21-17, spare parts and equipment (deliveries under this contract were completed in 5 year).

The base contract included options for the supply of up to 12 additional machines. The first option for the supply of two Mi-17B-5 US implemented in February 2012 year to replace the machines lost due to accidents.

Thus, currently 33 new cars have been ordered for Afghanistan.

The day after the contract was announced, the House of Representatives of the US Congress (19 July) approved an amendment to the country's defense budget for 2013 f., Prohibiting the Pentagon to make deals with Rosoboronexport, including the purchase of helicopters for Afghanistan.

Later, on December 3, this amendment was approved by the US Senate.

The ban will come into force if US President Barack Obama signs the defense budget law with this amendment. That is, the implementation of the program to supply an additional batch of helicopters for the AF of Afghanistan is in question.

9. Contract with Indonesia for the supply of BMP-3F

In May, the Indonesian Defense Ministry signed a contract with Rosoboronexport worth 114 million for the supply of 37 BMP-3F for the Marine Corps of the country's Navy. The price of the contract includes the price of the BMP-3F themselves, their delivery, subsequent maintenance, personnel training, and the transfer of a number of technologies.

As planned, the party BMP-3F under this contract will be delivered to Indonesia until July 2013. After the completion of this contract, the total number of BMP-3Fs as part of the Indonesian Armed Forces will be 54 machines (previously, Russia supplied the Indonesian Armed Forces 17 BMP-3Fs).

10. Contract with Belarus for the supply of Yak-130UBS

December 18 Minsk signed a contract between the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Belarus and Irkut Corporation OJSC for the supply of four Yak-2015 training aircraft in 130 year. The Republic of Belarus was the first of the CIS countries to procure UBS Yak-130.

Note. The rating does not include the prospective contract with India for the licensed production of AL-31FP engines, as there is currently no official confirmation of this transaction. According to the Vedomosti newspaper, Rosoboronexport in October 2012 signed a contract with the Indian side for the amount of about 5 billion dollars, providing for licensed production in India from Russian components to 970 of the AL-31FP engines for the Su-30MKI fighter jets before the 2030 year .

Due to the lack of official confirmation, this program TSAMTO classifies so far in the category of "intent". In general, according to TSAMTO, in view of the large number of Su-30MKI fighters in the Indian Air Force, this issue is topical and the Indian side, sooner or later had to turn to Russia with such a proposal.
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  1. NAV-STAR
    NAV-STAR 27 December 2012 14: 32 New
    +7
    The export of arms of Russia reaches a new level and this can be seen with the naked eye. But we need to start an active export of information weapons, walking in the post-Soviet space, enough for the Anglo-Saxons to lose.
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 27 December 2012 14: 35 New
      +1
      Quote: NAV-STAR
      But we need to start an active export of information weapons, walking in the post-Soviet space

      Or rather, actively use it.
      1. KuigoroZHIK
        KuigoroZHIK 27 December 2012 18: 19 New
        +3
        Sorry, I just can't help but share the hope:
        http://interfax.ru/society/news.asp?id=283143

        Sir Dyukov goes for interrogation to the TFR in the case of multi-billion dollar thefts.
    2. Botanologist
      Botanologist 27 December 2012 16: 09 New
      +2
      need to begin active export of information weapons,

      Information weapons are journalists and PR specialists. How are you going to export them? Although I, in principle, do not mind, if a thousand or so other borozapisy will be sold somewhere in Ghana. good
    3. beech
      beech 27 December 2012 22: 01 New
      0
      Contract with China for the supply of 52 Mi-171E helicopters
      completely stunned ?? We feed potentially the enemy, which is much more uncomfortable ssyshyya !!
      1. Explosiver
        Explosiver 27 December 2012 22: 48 New
        0
        Contract with the USA for the purchase of an additional 10 Mi-17V-5 helicopters
        It smiled that even the pride and self-conceit of the United States did not allow them to abandon such technology)))
      2. Magadan
        Magadan 28 December 2012 03: 13 New
        0
        Beech, I wanted to minus but for the time being I will refrain. I hope that you will change your point of view about China. They are not enemies. All this is nonsense invented by the West, so that the Chinese and I will not be allowed to act together against the West.
        China can’t even theoretically trample on Russia, because it will grab it completely from nuclear weapons and lose all infrastructure in the very first days of the war.
        China is wonderfully fulfilling its resource needs at the expense of Africa. Where, by the way, has recent economic growth popped above 9% across almost the entire continent
  2. Redmont
    Redmont 27 December 2012 14: 38 New
    0
    I heard that the US Congress banned the purchase of helicopters from us. So in the end they buy or not?
    1. Irazesh
      Irazesh 27 December 2012 15: 27 New
      +1
      Congress banned buying specifically from Rosoboronexport. If anything, they’ll buy directly from Rosvertol.
  3. serjant4
    serjant4 27 December 2012 14: 43 New
    0
    I wouldn’t deliver helicopters to the Yankees ...
    1. leon-iv
      leon-iv 27 December 2012 14: 53 New
      0
      and this is not the Yankees this is the Afghan army. But the Yankees love them
  4. boris.radevitch
    boris.radevitch 27 December 2012 14: 45 New
    0
    Serious technique hits the target in the sky into a fly let the US Congress envy! good
  5. Apollo
    Apollo 27 December 2012 14: 46 New
    +2
    Happy! good

    In the last branch, there was an imfa about the rating of contracts of foreign countries.
    It would be great if this and that nymph were in the form of a table! It would be easier to compare. good
    1. FID
      FID 27 December 2012 14: 54 New
      +7
      Greetings to the patron of muses! I would be more pleased with the message - the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation concluded another contract for the purchase .........!
      1. Apollo
        Apollo 27 December 2012 14: 59 New
        +7
        Quote: SSI
        Greetings to the patron of muses! I would be more pleased with the message - the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation concluded another contract for the purchase .........!


        Greetings buddy! hi

        USA and Russia are the largest arms sellers

        The United States led the world's top five arms exporters. Russia took the second place in this rating, having won a quarter of all world deliveries of the main types of weapons.

        According to the SIPRI Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, according to the results of 2005-2009, the world ranking of arms exporters is headed by the USA, which occupy 30% market. The share of Russia, which occupies the second place in the world arms market, is 24%. At the same time, in terms of the share of foreign deliveries of military aviation, Moscow, with a result in 40%, overtook Washington by 1%. The five leading arms exporters also include Germany, France and the UK.

        more details www.rususa.com/news/news.asp-nid-54220


        and given the current contracts, I’m more than sure that Russia firmly holds the second place !!!
      2. Vadivak
        Vadivak 27 December 2012 15: 08 New
        +3
        Quote: SSI
        The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation signed another contract for the purchase .........!


        For the native army of domestic weapons ....
        1. FID
          FID 27 December 2012 15: 20 New
          +1
          You understood correctly, Vadim! For the domestic army, domestic weapons, not for export. And then, we live off the supply of gas and weapons, and our own army - without pants!
      3. Irazesh
        Irazesh 27 December 2012 15: 51 New
        0
        Planned contracts have already been concluded, but the unexpected would have guarded me.
      4. Botanologist
        Botanologist 27 December 2012 16: 18 New
        +1
        SSI, it seemed like there was good news at the end of the year - and the su-30cm are the next 30 units, and the new (upgraded) ones are already announcing 100 pieces, and the T-50 will go according to plan, and even Armata will be ordered, and much more. Yes, and the decision to build a BZHRK is a very sad event.
        So we move smoothly. Of course, there are no problems, but it’s better than before 080808, when they drove Georgia to fight equipment from all over the country.
        1. FID
          FID 27 December 2012 16: 36 New
          +1
          100 pieces of Ilov ... (Forgive me, I’m closer to aviation) ... Tests of IL-76MD-90A, in the vernacular of IL-476 will end in the third quarter of 2014 - this is according to plan, but plans are violated, remember the situation with the superjet, and money they put a lot into it (in super).
          What will happen in two years - maybe Aviastar will already go bankrupt. Small planes (small for me) are for the most part those that have been abandoned by foreign partners. They were repainted and - in part. Therefore, I want the state to ORDER domestic products. And not at fixed prices, but taking into account the realities of our country, in which the decision of the government annually raises energy prices!
  6. MILITARY RF
    MILITARY RF 27 December 2012 14: 50 New
    +1
    Yes, arms exports are growing .....
  7. anchonsha
    anchonsha 27 December 2012 14: 58 New
    +3
    A tooth grinding of our enemies is heard .... In fact, 10 years ago Western "colleagues" did not even put Russia among the third countries. But GDP brought the country, one can already say, to the number of advanced. Those same England, the USA, if they fell into our position of our 90s, it would be unknown who they would become. Go Russia!!!
    1. mda
      mda 27 December 2012 20: 19 New
      0
      Quote: anchonsha
      90 years it is not known who would become. Go Russia!!!

      They would have fallen into it anyway. If it weren’t for the hunchbacked USA to lose the Cold War ... in 1991, then they would have gone bankrupt and it would all be over.
  8. Ivan Mazyr
    Ivan Mazyr 27 December 2012 15: 02 New
    +1
    Quote: anchonsha
    Go Russia!!!


    Where next? It's time to think about yourself.
    1. Botanologist
      Botanologist 27 December 2012 16: 26 New
      +1
      Where next? It's time to think about yourself.

      Then there is where. It is time to enter the market of Europe and Asia - aircraft, tanks, small arms. And in the United States not only to supply helicopters and Saigu, but also to capture other segments.
      Think fantasy? Let's see what will happen to America after entering the “fiscal cliff”, and there it can be anything. It was not by chance that Detroit became a ghost town, with such matters, our Emergencies Ministry will soon bring in blankets and stove stoves there. Years, I think, through 5-7. soldier
  9. toguns
    toguns 27 December 2012 15: 56 New
    0
    wassat I would like to believe that the money from these contracts went as intended, that is, to modernize production facilities and introduce new technologies.
    1. FID
      FID 27 December 2012 16: 17 New
      +3
      Here's the catch! The current "effective" owners squeeze every last drop from the Soviet legacy, then resell the production to another "effective" ones, who continue to press (he himself went through a similar one when they bankrupted the plant where he worked). Not a penny of revenue goes to modernization. Even salaries are delayed!
      1. Ascetic
        Ascetic 27 December 2012 18: 43 New
        +2
        FID,

        Gaidar once deprived of plants working capital on the advice of the notorious Jeffrey Sachs. professors at Harvard University.
        By order of Gaidar, all means of payment began to go to single bank - and there linger for an indefinite time (to scroll on the wave of galloping inflation). From here begins the chronic insolvency of enterprises. Whoever paid the plant, the money in his account did not appear for several months. To whom the plant would not pay, the recipient did not receive the money on time. Banking delays have become the norm.
        Without working capital, with broken partnerships (the USSR economy was a single national economic complex), enterprises immediately reduced their production activity. The decrease in production activity was also influenced by high taxes and the ever-increasing cost of electricity. At enterprises there were no funds left for the purchase of raw materials, the repair of industrial premises and equipment, especially for its purchase. There was no money left even for salary payments. Many industrial enterprises not only reduced their production activities, but stopped it altogether. Well and then "accordingly, privatization for a pittance" by the Yeltsin clan of the elect.
        The so-called raiders now act by approximately these methods, depriving working capital enterprises through banks and offshore companies
        In the West, capital was created by the hard work of several generations. Russian capitalists appeared in just a few years. In 1992, the mayor of Moscow, G.Kh., became one of the richest people. Popov. Fabulously enriched, he resigned from his post, passing it to his deputy Yu.M. Luzhkov. Another example of such rapid enrichment is the former literary critic and petty trader of the late 1980s, who became the head of the financial holding Most, the chairman of the Russian Jewish Congress and the vice-chairman of the World Jewish Congress V. Gusinsky. He was close to the Moscow City Hall and took an active part in the privatization of the food industry, hotel business and construction in the capital.
        Materials published in the world mass media testifying that at the beginning of the 17st century there were 8 dollar billionaires in Russia. Among them are Mikhail Khodorkovsky with a capital of $ 5,7 billion, Roman Abramovich with a capital of $ 4,3 billion, Mikhail Fridman with a capital of $ 2,5 billion, Victor Vekselberg with a capital of $ 1 billion, Leonid Nevzlin, Platon Lebedev with capital of XNUMX billion dollars and others. According to experts of the World Bank, Russia has the highest concentration of private property in the world.
        1. Ascetic
          Ascetic 27 December 2012 18: 50 New
          +3
          As a result of all this, Russian industry was thrown back several decades ago, and according to some socio-economic indicators, even in the pre-revolutionary era. The enterprises of the military-industrial complex were particularly affected, which caused damage to the country's defense
          Thus, due to the peculiarities of its formation Russian capital does not fulfill any historical tasks of capitalism. He does not create large-scale industrial production. On the contrary, it destroyed scientific and industrial production, did not create a single new industry, there was a bias towards raw materials industries. Russia has turned into a supplier of oil, gas, non-ferrous and ferrous metals to Western countries, and not only to Western countries.
          Therefore, we have no other way besides at least state capitalism and, ideally, the nationalization of the entire large raw material and industrial sector
          and removal of comprador private capital from these industries
          1. homosum20
            homosum20 27 December 2012 19: 01 New
            +1
            And nothing else remains for us. With the conversion of the Central Bank to the State Bank.
        2. Ascetic
          Ascetic 27 December 2012 19: 09 New
          +1
          Quote: Ascetic
          that at the beginning of the XXI century in Russia there were 17 dollar billionaires.


          Today in Russia there are about a hundred of them, I lost count when I started to count here
          1. FID
            FID 27 December 2012 19: 32 New
            +2
            Stanislav, but you don’t have to count. It is disgusting, most likely, almost the entire State Duma there.
            1. Ascetic
              Ascetic 27 December 2012 19: 52 New
              +1
              Quote: SSI
              Stanislav, but you don’t have to count. It is disgusting, most likely, almost the entire State Duma there.


              We build against the wall and for the first - second - pay off!
  10. Garrin
    Garrin 27 December 2012 16: 32 New
    0
    I would also like to see the import rating.
    1. Logs
      Logs 27 December 2012 20: 38 New
      0
      It would be better if there would be no import at all!
  11. APASUS
    APASUS 27 December 2012 21: 00 New
    0
    One more contract is missing for the supply of new weapons to fraternal Belarus !!!
  12. SenyaYa
    SenyaYa 27 December 2012 21: 25 New
    0
    Maybe it’s better for the Belarusians to ask WHAT LUKASHENKO ???? GOOD OR NO!