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Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov's visit to the Altai Territory began on Friday
Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov's visit to the Altai Territory began on Friday with a wreath laying ceremony at Glory Monument on Victory Square in Barnaul. The aim of the cabinet head's visit to the region is acquaintance with its industrial potential. The prime minister will see four machine-building plants in Barnaul - the Rotor instrument-making plant, Sibenergomash, the Altai gas turbine station and the Altai precision-instrument-making plant. The machine-building sector accounts for almost a third of Altai's industrial plants. The region has substantial intellectual potential and capabilities to make up-to-date products. For example, Rotor is Russia's only plant for mass production of navigation equipment. Almost 30 percent of boilers at power stations of the Russian Unified Energy Systems company have been produced by Sibenergomash. The Altai precision-instrument-making plant supplies its products for engine-makers in Russia, other CIS countries and Germany's Bosch company. The high machine-building development level allows producing up-to-date farm machines. The premier will visit an exhibition of such machines, where he will see one of the latest-development products -- a T-250 tractor that excels the well-known American Challenger for its technical characteristics and reliability in work. The T-250 at present is Russia's only tractor with five-tonne tractive reinforcement that is ready to be put into mass production. According to Altai Governor Alexander Karlin, state support for mass production of the tractors would allow improving the economic situation not only at the Alta Tractor plant, but also for the territory's other producers. The tractor-makers work in production cooperation with such big plants as the Altai engine producer, the plants making fuel pumps and precious instruments and others - a total of about 20 in the territory.
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