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Chinese investors are ready to invest in the construction of three blocks of Yakutsk

At the end of last week in Beijing, negotiations were held between the head of Yakutsk, Aisen Nikolayev, with the leadership of the Chinese investment corporation "Zhoda" on the implementation of an agreement of intent for the integrated development of three quarters of the Yakut capital - No. 2, No. 4 and No. 17, SakhaNews news agency reported. This agreement was signed on July 1 in Harbin as part of Yakutsk's participation in the First Russian-Chinese EXPO.

On November 22, the delegation of Yakutsk visited the base of the project of the Chzhoda corporation for the construction of one of the most promising quarters with accompanying social and commercial infrastructure. During the negotiations, in which the vice-president of Zhoda Corporation Ding Chengzhang and General Director of Zhoda Investment Company LLC Yan Zhanfu, as well as heads of construction and design institutions of the corporation, took part from the Chinese side. There were presented four draft construction projects developed by two Chinese and one Moscow design institutions.

During the talks, the Chinese side once again expressed its firm intention to participate in the implementation of the project.

Aisen Nikolayev informed the Chinese side in detail about the conclusion of an agreement on the development of the territory and the lease of land. For this, the city administration announced an auction for the right to conclude an agreement on the development of the territory. In addition, Aisen Nikolaev made a proposal, in the case of the implementation of this project, to carry out direct financial operations through the ruble-yuan direct settlement system. These proposals were also well received by the Chinese partners.

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