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Khabarovsk Territory is waiting for Chinese investors in TOR

The Governor of the Khabarovsk Territory, Vyacheslav Shport, in the framework of the Strategic Session on Russian-Chinese Cooperation in the Far East, at the Expo invited Chinese investors to take part in investment projects of the three territories of priority development of the region, the governor’s press service reports.

In particular, in the framework of the TASED, a fish processing cluster is planned to be created in the Soviet-Havana municipal district. It is possible to deploy new port-logistics and production infrastructure, as well as trade logistics, distribution, bunkering and supply of vessels, ship repair.

The priority development area in Komsomolsk-on-Amur will specialize in high-tech industries within the aircraft and shipbuilding cluster, as well as in mechanical processing for the needs of an aircraft plant.

The industrial and logistical TASED in the Khabarovsk Municipal District (the southern industrial zone of Khabarovsk) will allow it to place on its sites the production of building materials, electrical products, assembly plants, and metal processing.

“The draft federal law for resident enterprises provides for a number of significant benefits and preferences, a special administrative regime for managing, simplified approval procedures. The Khabarovsk Territory is interested in attracting Chinese investments not only in individual projects, but also in complex development projects. We are ready to provide all-round support and work with each investor individually, ”said Governor Vyacheslav Shport.

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