Atomstroyexport faces back tax claim for $36m

Vedomosti quoted sources close to the company as saying Russia’s tax authorities presented their tax claim at the end of last year. It said most claims were linked to the company’s export activity. But the chairman of Atomstroyexport’s board Anton Badenov who is also Rosatom concern director advisor, said the tax claims would not influence the company’s obligations on the foreign contracts. Apart from Iran it is also building two nuclear reactors in China and two in India.