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Agroholding Rusagro will grow corn and soybeans in Primorsky Krai for export to Asia-Pacific countries

Rusagro, one of the largest agro-industrial holdings in Russia, is currently developing a number of projects for Primorye. General Director of Rusagro Maxim Basov, during a meeting with the Acting Governor of Primorsky Krai Vladimir Miklushevsky, said that, in particular, it is about growing soybeans and corn for export to the countries of the Asia-Pacific region, building a pig complex, meat processing and feed production facilities, growing aquaculture.

Vladimir Miklushevsky said that for the implementation of such projects, Primorye is ready to provide the holding with a site in the Mikhailovsky district of the region. This is more than 200 hectares, located two kilometers from the M-60 Vladivostok-Khabarovsk highway and the Trans-Siberian Railway. The necessary infrastructure is being created here at the expense of the regional budget.

The agroholding is also interested in the project for the creation of enterprises for the cultivation of aquaculutres - trepang, kelp, mussels - in Olginsky and Lazovsky districts of Primorye.

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