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3 companies are invited to move to the Far East

In the program “Vesti on Saturday” on the Russia-1 TV channel, the presidential plenipotentiary to the Far Eastern Federal District Yury Trutnev said that RusHydro, Transneft and Rosgeologia were invited to think about moving their central offices to the Far East.

"We do not always raise the issue and move. In some cases, for example, in relation to the company "RusHydro" the question is put exactly on the move. We talked with Transneft, which is implementing a project to expand the ESPO to 80 million tons (oil per year). We proposed to think over the move of the company "Rosgeology", - said the presidential envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev. The plenipotentiary noted that for those who move "will have to build housing, build administrative buildings, this is also not bad".

Earlier, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev instructed to discuss the possibility of relocating the headquarters of state-owned companies in the Far East. The government believes that this measure will help ensure that the region becomes a territory of priority development.

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