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Friday, October 28, 2016

Rogozin has been a nine-time lag from Americans in space

Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin on Twitter said what he said at the Collegium of the Ministry of industry and trade words about the catastrophic gap in the space industry from the United States. The official explained that he was misunderstood.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

We will remind that today, “Interfax” cited the following quotation Rogozin: “We are today in the space industry lag behind the Americans nine times. All of our ambitious projects suggests that we should increase the productivity by 1.5 times. Well let’s raise one and a half times, but still they never catch up”.

From this, the media and the experts made a conclusion that it is not only about productivity but also about the crisis of the industry in General. Later Rogozin said that to bridge the gap we need to reduce bureaucracy and to increase productivity, otherwise NASA and the private achievements of Elon musk and will remain nepostizhimym sample.

Later on Twitter, commenting on the NTV news that “in the space industry, Russia lags behind the US in 9 times”, Rogozin wrote that did not say it.

“We in LABOUR efficiency lag behind in rocket and space industry, not at all,” — said Deputy Prime Minister.

I didn’t say that. We in LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY from them remain in the rocket and space industry, not at all. https://t.co/xmY84mbS4h

— Dmitry Rogozin (@Rogozin) March 27, 2016.

Despite the fact that to comment on Rogozin chose news NTV, his followers lashed out at “liberals” and “liberal media” that allegedly deliberately misrepresented the words of the official. He further comments have refrained.

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