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The first resident is registered in the TOP Transbaikalia

The first resident is registered in the TOP Transbaikalia
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The Mayak Invest company became the first registered resident of the new territory of the advanced development "Transbaikalia". This was announced by Pavel Sheika, deputy director of the development department of the Far East Development Corporation Corporation, during his speech at the Work in Transbaikalia business forum.

The company will produce food products: bakery and confectionery, cakes, semi-finished meat products, salads, etc. The total range of Mayak Invest products will be about 700 positions, which will be sold through retail outlets in Chita and the Trans-Baikal Territory.

In total, within the framework of the Trans-Baikal Territory, it is planned to create 9,2 thousand new jobs, as well as attract investments totaling 196 billion rubles. In the future, 25% of unemployed able-bodied citizens from 24 municipal districts of the region, including those from the metropolitan area of ​​Chita, will be employed at new enterprises.

Previously became known a list of five anchor residents of the TOP Transbaikalia. The enterprises will be engaged in mining, agriculture, food processing, engineering and timber processing. In addition to the Mayak Invest company, the Baikal Mining Company, Baikalruda, the Komsomolets Breeding Plant, Innovation and Hort-V should receive resident status in the near future.