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April 16, 2014
Russia will continue rocket engines supplies to US
Moscow (Voice of Russia) Apr 15, 2014
Earlier, the media reported that the US was seeking a license for domestic manufacturing of RD-180 rocket engines. Russia will continue supplying powerful RD-180 rocket engines to the US, the Rocket and Space Corporation Energia president Vitaly Lopota said. "No one has cancelled engines supplies. We are continuing manufacturing in compliance with the effective contracts," TASS reports. Earlier, the media said the US was seeking a license for domestic manufacturing of RD-180 rocket engines. ... read more
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