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EastRussia Bulletin: Irkutsk region plans to supply more agricultural products to Mongolia
The Irkutsk region intends to develop cooperation with Mongolia, increasing the supply of products to the neighboring country and attracting investors to create infrastructure for storage and processing facilities, the latest published issue of the EastRussia bulletin says.
The regional government is negotiating with Mongolia to create a wholesale distribution center for year-round storage of agricultural products, the capacity of which can be 20-30 thousand tons of products. In addition, negotiations are underway to establish a mill complex within the framework of a Russian-Mongolian joint venture.
At the end of last year, the Irkutsk region exported eight thousand tons of grain to Mongolia, representatives of the Mongolian side are also interested in the supply of flour. In addition, it is planned to create enterprises to sell Irkutsk products and represent the interests of local farmers abroad. Thus, it is planned to open a corporate pavilion for the sale of poultry meat in Manchuria, since it is this region that now accounts for the bulk of Irkutsk exports.
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