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11 more residents will join the Zabaikalye ASEZ
Another 11 companies will become residents of the Zabaikalye ASEZ. The boundaries of the priority development area will be expanded.
According to the press service of the Corporation for the Development of the Far East, this decision was made by the Supervisory Board, which was attended by Deputy Minister for the Development of the Far East and the Arctic Sergey Tyrtsev, General Director of JSC KRDV Dmitry Tetenkin, representatives of federal and regional authorities of Transbaikalia and investors.
Potential residents expect to implement projects in the field of logistics and agriculture, as well as sports. The volume of expected investments is over 1,7 billion rubles, 570 jobs will be created for local residents. Thus, the Masma-Drive company announced a project for the construction of a category A carting center in Chita, which will allow holding competitions of the Russian Championship. They want to build a new slaughterhouse in the Olovyanninsky District of the Trans-Baikal Territory, and a new opto-logistics center in the Zabaikalsky District. The Chita Kvass company will acquire a modern line for bottling kvass and Molokovka mineral water. Also among the projects is an agricultural complex for organic growing of potatoes.
According to Dmitry Tetenkin, General Director of the Far East Development Corporation, this year the number of residents has increased to 15. The volume of announced investments is more than 150 billion rubles, more than five thousand jobs are being created. One of the projects has already started work. The management company is ready to increase investments to 196 billion rubles and to nine thousand new jobs.
The head of the region, Alexander Osipov, noted that the number of residents could be significantly increased. Local authorities are ready to support projects in the field of food and textile production, agriculture, fishing, medicines and others.
At the beginning of last year, the presidential envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District, Yuri Trutnev supported the idea of creating territory of advanced development "Transbaikalia".