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Business mission of Indian metallurgists to visit Yakutia
An Indian business mission consisting of representatives of large metallurgical companies will visit Yakutia. The departure will take place from Moscow, where on the eve the delegation members met with specialists from the Russian companies Colmar, Metchel-Mine, Sibanthracit, Dolguchan and EVRAZ. Indian businessmen were told about measures to support investment projects in the Far East.
According to the press service of the Colmar Group JSC, Indian partners expressed great interest in the implementation of projects in the Far Eastern Federal District. They are especially attracted to Yakutia and Chukotka. Great opportunities for Indian metallurgists open up the logistics infrastructure of Colmar.“Colmar, having its own deep-water port and convenient logistics, can open up a new perspective for Indian metallurgists who express a desire to diversify coal supplies and abandon dependence on Australia,” commented Anna Tsivileva, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Colmar Group JSC.
During bilateral meetings, participants also discussed the possibility of cooperation with representatives of the largest steel company of India, Steel Authority of India Limited, the Indian Steel Association, the National Indian Mineral Development Corporation and the JSW Group, Rashtriya Ispat Nigam.