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Investors show interest in agricultural projects in the Jewish Autonomous Region

Investors show interest in agricultural projects in the Jewish Autonomous Region
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Investors are interested in agricultural projects in the Jewish Autonomous Region. With the assistance of the Far Eastern Agency for Attracting Investments and Export Support (ANO API), the business mission of Russian investors arrived in Birobidzhan.

According to the press service of the ANO API, in the course of the land inventory, the Agency identified a large amount of free land for farming. The head of the Ratimir company, Roman Sankler, is going to start the production of feed for birds and pigs. This requires free land that can be cultivated.

According to the Acting Governor of the Jewish Autonomous Region Rostislav Goldstein, the region is ready to provide land. He also spoke about plans to create an agricultural cluster, specifying that two poultry farms will be built there, one of which is for meat production. To the head of Ratimir, he proposed to organize a full-cycle enterprise instead of a feed factory.

As Alikhan Khashiev, the deputy head of ANO API, said that the Agency now supports four agricultural projects: Country Garden Group, TEK DV LLC, Amurprom LLC and Ecoculture company. The Chinese company "Country Garden" is ready to invest up to 3,5 billion rubles in the creation of a large agricultural park on the territory of the Jewish Autonomous Region.

Earlier it was reported that ANO API will help to form agricultural cluster in the Jewish Autonomous Region.

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