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Transbaikalia plans to attract 200 billion rubles in investments in industrial development of the region - EastRussia | Far East






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Transbaikalia plans to attract 200 billion rubles of investments in the industrial development of the region

Transbaikalia plans to attract 200 billion rubles of investments in the industrial development of the region

The total investment that will increase the gross regional product of Transbaikalia by 2030 more than twofold should be about 200 billion rubles. This was announced by the head of the region Alexander Osipov during a meeting with Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.

At the moment, the authorities of Transbaikalia together with the Ministry of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East and the Arctic, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia have created a list of priority projects in which investments will be attracted. “Attracting investment in this (mining) - industry may amount to 423 billion rubles, in wood processing - 50 billion, in agriculture - 160 billion, in transport and logistics - 450 million, said Alexander Osipov, adding that 15 projects will be implemented in the framework of the new TASED "Transbaikalia".

The head of Transbaikalia also noted that most of the projects will need to be provided with infrastructure, taking into account the export and tourist potential of the region. According to him, about 15 of millions of Chinese tourists annually come to the border areas of the Trans-Baikal Territory, purchasing goods - the Zabaikalsk checkpoint is the largest in terms of trade with China. According to him, up to 250 billion rubles of investments can be attracted for the construction of tourist and trade infrastructure in the border areas.