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More than 30 investment projects will receive support in Amur Region - EastRussia | Far East






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More than 30 investment projects will receive support in Amur Region

More than 30 investment projects will receive support in Amur Region
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The Far East Investment Promotion and Export Support Agency will provide organizational and methodological support to 33 investment projects in the Amur Region. These include projects in the oil and gas, woodworking and pulp and paper industries, agriculture, tourism, logistics, and the extraction of solid minerals. The total investment will be more than two trillion rubles.

According to the agency, in order to support these projects, they are discussing the possibility of expanding the coverage area of ​​three Amur ASDs: Priamurskaya, Belogorsk, Svobodny and extending the free port regime of Vladivostok to Blagoveshchensk. In terms of investment volumes, the largest projects are in the oil and gas industry - about 1,4 trillion rubles. The development of the agricultural sector is also promising. So now, 35% of the total soybean crop in Russia is harvested in the Amur Region.

“Russian, Chinese and Indian investors are interested in agricultural projects. This is not only the cultivation of soy, corn and wheat, but also the construction of dairy farms, the production of meat. If we talk about those projects. Which we took for support, this is about eight investment projects with a total investment of about 8,3 billion rubles, ”said Taras Popov, director of ANO IPA for cooperation with state bodies and regions.

ANO IPA plans to develop a unified investment strategy for all Far Eastern regions. Currently, investment strategies are being developed for each region. These strategies will be included in a single common document.