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In the Far Eastern Federal District will determine the territory under the "forest investment" - EastRussia | Far East






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The Far Eastern Federal District will determine the territory under "forest investment"

The Far Eastern Federal District will determine the territory under "forest investment"

The Far East Investment Promotion and Export Support Agency is analyzing the state of the region’s forest fund. According to its results, specialists want to create an electronic database of territories suitable for launching projects for deep processing of wood.

As part of the inventory, taxation data are updated, including information on age, species, forest density, forest stock, as well as infrastructure and hydrography, the ANO API reported. Information will be available in electronic format, which will allow potential investors to quickly receive information.

Until this moment, the analysis of the forest fund was carried out only within the framework of specific projects. So, in the Khabarovsk Territory, an assessment is being made of the forests for the pulp and paper mill, which they are planning to build in Amursk. From the Chinese side, China Paper was interested in the project. The total amount of declared investments is 1,5 billion US dollars.

Specialists found land free of lease obligations, but were faced with the fact that forest management information was not updated from the 80's. Space and aerial surveys will be used to update the data. After that, the calculation of economic efficiency will be added to the electronic map: possible felling, distance of timber export to planned production, etc.

Similar work will be carried out in Buryatia and Transbaikalia. The inventory is part of the approved plans for the integration of two regions into the socio-economic space of the Far East.