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Rusagro will create agrocluster in Primorye

Rusagro has announced plans to organize one of the world's largest industrial clusters in Primorye. It is oriented towards the countries of Southeast Asia. The company wants to start investing in agriculture in the region in the spring of 2014.

The head of Primorye, Vladimir Miklushevsky, spoke about the main directions of the project: “Firstly, this is pig breeding. The company wants to build a fairly large pig-breeding complex in Primorye. Secondly, they will be engaged in the development of a feed base for pigs - growing soybeans and corn. It is planned to organize the production of margarine and oils, soybean processing and implement a number of projects in the field of mariculture. "

In addition, Maxim Basov, General Director of Rusagro, also spoke about plans to create one of the world's largest industrial clusters in the region. Currently, the Russian economy is looking towards China, and the projects being implemented in the Primorsky Territory will make it possible to sell products in the markets of Southeast Asian countries.

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