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700 million rubles will be spent on infrastructure for an industrial park in Transbaikalia

700 million rubles will be spent on infrastructure for an industrial park in Transbaikalia
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The Far East Development Corporation (KRDV) intends to spend more than 700 million rubles on the creation of infrastructure for the Kadalinsky industrial park in Transbaikalia. Its construction is planned to be completed in 2023.

According to the press service of the KRDV, now the site for the construction of the park is in the process of being transferred into the ownership of the department. It is planned to sign contracts for the construction of the first stage by the end of the year.

According to the governor of the Trans-Baikal Territory, Alexander Osipov, it is now important to think over steps for the further consistent construction of housing on the territory of the industrial park. According to the head of the region, there is a need for the construction of housing infrastructure in the regional capital.

The first stage of work on the project involves the planning of the territory, the creation of infrastructure and the construction of buildings, which will be leased to investors at preferential rates. Special emphasis will be placed on business in information technology.

It is already known about seven projects preparing to enter the Kadalinsky industrial park. Earlier, the project of its creation was approved by the participants of the meeting of the supervisory board of the territory of advanced development "Transbaikalia".

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