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API is going to attract a trillion investment in Transbaikalia - EastRussia | Far East






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API is going to attract a trillion investment in Transbaikalia

API is going to attract a trillion investment in Transbaikalia

The Far East Agency for attracting investments and export support is going to assist 77 projects in the Trans-Baikal Territory. For this, it is supposed to attract about 1 trillion rubles of investments, which will be directed to the eight most promising sectors of the region. This is reported on the agency website.

As a result, 44,5 thousands of jobs in the agro-industrial and mining complexes, medicine, energy, construction, education, tourism, the timber industry and the transport and logistics sector should appear in Transbaikalia. “The priority selected 77 projects for these 8 industries. The estimated amount of investment in them can be about 1 trillion rubles and generate more than 44,5 thousand jobs. Of course, there are much more projects, and the portfolio of projects will be expanded, ”the report says on the agency’s website.

The selected priority projects include the Komsomolets breeding plant, the launch of the Zabaikalsk-Manchuria land grain terminal, projects for the launch of pig farms and a dairy farm. The timber industry will receive assistance for the creation of deep wood processing complexes, the health care system for creating a network of private hemodialysis centers, building a special balneological complex and a specialized rehabilitation center. The tourism industry should also receive about 15 billion rubles for the construction of an international hotel in Chita, the Eastern Gate of Russia Zabaikalsk-Manchuria cross-border tourist park and the Russian Village tourist and recreation complex.