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RFPI has preliminarily approved 40 billion rubles of investments for Far Eastern projects
The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) announced plans to build a bridge to China across the Amur River and interest in developing the Natalka gold deposit, the Udokansky and Baimsky copper deposits located in the Far East, said the general director of the RDIF Kirill Dmitriev.
“We have made all the necessary decisions to invest in the bridge. The Russian-Chinese Investment Fund will invest in the construction,” Dmitriev said ahead of the meeting of the government commission in Khabarovsk.
"We have studied the rest of the projects in detail, we confirm that they are interesting to us, and we are discussing the structure and approaches to investments with our leading world co-investors," he added.
“Partnerships have been created with sovereign wealth funds of China, Japan and South Korea, in which (since 2011) 66 billion rubles have been attracted, a significant part of which will go to the Far East,” Dmitriev said. The head of the fund noted that this year RDIF had previously approved the investment of more than 40 billion rubles in projects in the Far East.
The meeting of the Pravkomissiya under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev was held today in Khabarovsk.