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Five Anchor Investors Will Appear in the Transbaikalia TOR - EastRussia | Far East

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TOR "Transbaikalia" will have five anchor investors

TOR "Transbaikalia" will have five anchor investors
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Five anchor residents will appear in the TOR “Transbaikalia”. Their projects are related to mining, agriculture, food industry, engineering and timber processing. This is reported in the press service of the government of the region.

The status of residents in the near future will receive "Baikal Mining Company," Baikalruda "," Komsomolets Breeding Plant "," Mayak-Ivest "," Innovation "and" Hort-V ". In addition to these five, it is assumed the implementation of another 10 investment projects. The development of polymetallic ores and copper deposits, the creation of a large agro-industrial complex, the opening of pellet production and the production of ready-made food products are planned in the regime of the territory of advanced development.

The total investment will be 196 billion rubles. The production promises to create nine thousand jobs. In addition, a number of potential investors are going to build a mining processing plant for polymetallic ores, a large-panel house-building plant and a rail-smelting workshop within the framework of the TOR.

In the future, it is planned to employ about 25% of unemployed able-bodied citizens from 24 municipal districts of the region, including the metropolitan area of ​​Chita, to enterprises established within the framework of the Trans-Baikal Territory.