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Canadian business wants to participate in the development projects of the Far East

Canadian companies are interested in participating in the federal program for the development of the Far East, Russian Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Canada Georgy Mammadov said, SakhaNews reports. "This is also due to the fact that practically everything that Canadians did to develop their West - building infrastructure, ecology, transport, communications - all this can be used in our Far East," the ambassador stressed.

According to Mamedov, a large Canadian business that has lost a lot due to the global global crisis of 2008 due to its focus on the United States, is currently actively trying to enter the markets of China, India, Russia and countries of the Asia-Pacific region.

Canadian companies such as engineering Bombardier Inc and gold mining Kinross Gold Corporation have already issued an open letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, in which they were asked to take their interests into account when imposing economic sanctions against Russia.

Intentions of cooperation are supported by real steps - it has recently become known that the main air carrier in the Far East - Aurora Airlines - will purchase medium-range Bombardier Q2014 aircraft in 400 to operate flights in the Sakhalin Region and on the interregional routes of the Far East.

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