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The first Russian-Japanese food forum will open on Wednesday in Primorye - EastRussia | Far East






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The first Russian-Japanese food forum will open on Wednesday in Primorye

Representatives of eight Japanese companies will participate in the Russian-Japanese Food Forum, the press service of the Primorsky Territory Administration said on Monday. The forum will be held in Vladivostok on the FEFU site 15-17 November, experts will discuss the prospects for development of trade and investment cooperation between the two countries.

"The forum is being held for the first time, its goal is to form the perception of the Far East of Russia as a region of advanced development with an understandable and attractive investment climate with rich natural and human capital on the part of Japanese business", the words of Bogdan Ragulin, deputy director of the Primorsky Territory Investment Agency, are quoted in the message. As reported, the first day of the forum will be devoted to the investment climate of Primorye, new opportunities and tools for investment activities of foreign companies operating in the region. Representatives of the special development institutes will share practical advice on investing, creating and running business in the conditions of TOP and Freeport of Vladivostok, obtaining the status of residents within the framework of the session "Far East of Russia as a Territory of Advanced Development: Tools and Practice", acquaint guests with the features, tax and customs privileges of these regimes. The second day is expected to discuss the food market of the Far East, licensing and quarantine issues.

The first Russian-Japanese food forum is held at the initiative of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan and with the support of the Primorsky Territory Investment Agency.