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TOR resident will receive subsidy in Komsomolsk-on-Amur

TOR resident will receive subsidy in Komsomolsk-on-Amur
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A resident of the Komsomolsk TOP, which plans to build a mining and processing plant in the area of ​​the Pravourmiysky head deposit, will receive a subsidy from the state. 1,6 billion rubles will be spent on the construction of the road necessary for production. 

According to the press service of the Khabarovsk Territory Government, the length of the dirt track will be 87,8 km, it will stretch from the field to the village of Suluk. Construction will be carried out by the investor and only in 2021 upon completion of work he will receive a subsidy. 

The allocation of funds was approved by the government of the Russian Federation. According to the project, the capacity of the future GOK will be up to 600 thousand tons of ore per year or 4,5 thousand tons of tin in concentrate. The plant will begin work in 2022, and in two years it will reach full design capacity.

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