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In one ceremony on the first day of the WEF signed investment agreements for 1,16 billion rubles.
Today on the fields of the third Eastern Economic Forum (WEF) in the presence of Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Yuri Trutnev signed agreements on the implementation of investment projects in the Far East in the amount of 1,16 trillion rubles. The signing ceremony was attended by the governors of the Khabarovsk, Primorsky and Kamchatka Territories, heads of development institutions and large Russian and foreign corporations. “We are going to the forum not only for the sake of communication, but in order to work together. So that new enterprises appear in the Far East and people live better,” said Yuri Trutnev.
Thus, the Eastern Petrochemical Company JSC has committed itself to the construction of the Eastern Petrochemical Complex in the Neftekhimicheskaya TSOR with an investment volume of more than 650 billion rubles. - The agreement was endorsed by the vice-president of Rosneft, Igor Agariev. GC "Rusagro" signed an agreement on the construction of cattle farms in the Khabarovsk and Primorsky Territories with a total investment of more than 30 billion rubles. - the document was signed by the head of the company, Maxim Basov. Atomtekhnolodzhi Dalniy Vostok LLC has undertaken to build a nuclear medicine center on Russky Island - the document was signed by Anna Bondarenko.
In the presence of Transport Minister Maxim Sokolov and Renova head Viktor Vekselberg, Kamchatka Governor Vladimir Ilyukhin and Yevgeny Chudnovsky, Director General of the Regional Airports Authority, signed an agreement on the reconstruction of the Yelizovo airport complex. Also, agreements on investment projects were recorded by ZAO Nakhodkinsk Plant of Mineral Fertilizers (the agreement was signed by its CEO Nikolay Sabitov) and the ESN group (the document was signed by CEO Boris Krasnovsky). The first company will invest over 386 billion rubles. chemical production in Primorye, the second - over 40 billion rubles. in the Amur region.