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Mining and Metallurgical Cluster in the Amur Region Will Create 26 Thousands of Jobs
Governor of the Amur Region Oleg Kozhemyako took part in a meeting with the Deputy Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation Alexei Tsydenov, where the development of the mining and metallurgical cluster in the Amur Region was discussed. In particular, they talked about the construction of the Shimanovskaya - Gar branch line, the 220 kV Fevralsk - Rudnaya high-voltage line and the Rudnaya substation, which should become the infrastructure basis for the cluster's development.
According to the governor, the cumulative economic effect of the already operating Olekminsky GOK, which is being prepared for commissioning of the Kimkano-Sutarsky GOK, as well as the implementation of the project for the construction of Garinsky GOK and the Far Eastern Metallurgical Plant for the production of reduced iron, together with similar projects in neighboring regions, will result in the creation of 26 thousands of high-performance jobs. Tax revenues should supposedly increase to 14 billion rubles to 2020 year.
The meeting was of a working nature, only the project of building a railway branch was discussed, and the energy component of the project will be reviewed at the Russian Ministry of Energy, the governor’s press service reports.