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The first in the Far East of the TOP in Primorye will take investors to 2017 year

The Nadezhda Industrial Park in Primorye will be a pilot project for the creation of advanced development areas (TOP) in the Far East. Its infrastructure will be created by the 2017 year, reports RIA Novosti with reference to Nikolai Dubinin, director of the regional department of economics and strategic planning.

"The Nadezhda Industrial Park with an area of ​​782 hectares will be the first pilot project in the Russian Far East to create TORs. It is a production and logistics site consisting of individual investment projects with its own industry specifics. By 2017, it is planned to create a unified scheme for providing the industrial park with transport and engineering infrastructure. A railway is already being built on the territory, more than 1 kilometer of tracks have been laid, "Dubinin said.

"The complex will ensure the competitiveness of the site by accessing the international transport corridor Primorye-1 and the Trans-Siberian Railway. The technical characteristics of the infrastructure being created will provide a flow of more than 50 thousand tons of cargo per day - more than 18 million tons per year with a traffic intensity of up to 2 thousand cars "- added Dubinin.

He noted that the main residents will be companies focused on export production, including assembly production, mineral processing, production of building materials, wood processing, industrial and factory logistics.

More details about the territories of advanced development: sites of TORs, investment projects, opinions - on the special page EastRussia.ru

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