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Companies from South Korea will help promote agricultural products in Kamchatka
Kamchatka Development Corporation (KRKK) signed an agreement with South Korean companies SDSA Co., and Seoul NH F & V Co. about mutual cooperation. Now together they will promote projects for the development of imports and exports of agricultural products.
According to Nikolay Pegin, General Director of the KRKK, South Korean business has recently increased interest in investing in the Russian economy, and there is a focus on Kamchatka - in recent months, the corporation has held talks with almost 20 companies from South Korea.
According to the press service of the KRKK, Korean companies have signed ten cooperation agreements with regional representatives of the hospitality industry. Several agreements involve foreign partners in the development of tourism, the mining sector, and the agro-industrial complex.