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Primorye Attracts Singaporean Companies to Develop Vladivostok Agglomeration Project

Primorye is attracted to Singaporean companies to develop a project of the Vladivostok agglomeration, the administration of the region said yesterday.

The issue was discussed at a meeting in Vladivostok of First Vice Governor Vasily Usoltsev with a delegation from the Republic of Singapore headed by IE Singapore Executive Director of Feasibility Study Eng Chen. “An agreement has already been signed on the creation of the Vladivostok agglomeration. We are considering the possibility of cooperation in developing its concept with Singaporean companies, ”Mr. Usoltsev said at the meeting.

One of the members of the Singapore delegation, Liu Tai Ker, is the director of RSP Architects, founder and chairman of the Convenient Cities Center. On his account - the development of about 45 master plans of cities in many countries of the world with a population of 500 thousand to 11 million people. Liu Tai Ker stressed that the company is ready to join the development of the concept of the Vladivostok agglomeration.

Reference: the agreement on the creation of the Vladivostok agglomeration was signed at the end of October. It will include four municipalities: Vladivostok and Artemovsky urban districts, Nadezhdinsky and Shkotovsky districts. The agglomeration assumes the unification of settlements without changing their borders, but will allow them to conduct coordinated urban planning policies in their territories, form a unified management policy, develop transport, engineering and social infrastructure.

22 enterprises with Singaporean investments and accredited representative offices of Singaporean companies operate in Primorye. Last year, the turnover of Primorye and Singapore increased 3,4 times compared with 2012 year

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