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An investor from China will build a marine farm in Primorye

An investor from China will build a marine farm in Primorye
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One of the largest scallop producers in China, Dalian Haiyangdao plans to build a marine shellfish farm in the Primorsky Territory. Investments in the project will amount to about one billion rubles.

According to the Far East Investment Promotion and Export Development Agency, the investor has already prepared part of the feasibility study for the project and is now preparing to participate in auctions for the coastal waters. The Peter the Great Bay is considered as a possible site.

For the region, the project is interesting in introducing technologies, developing personnel, and importing industry competencies into the Russian Federation. For its implementation, Dalian Haiyangdao intends to attract qualified Russian companies that will cover the main infrastructure and administrative risks.

Currently, 90 companies are the users of fish farming sites in Primorye. Eight of them use a water area of ​​more than one thousand hectares. 

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