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Fish cluster in Primorye cost 39 billion rubles was not included in the list of TOP
According to the results of the meeting of the final board of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, it became known that the fish cluster project in Primorye was not included in the list of priority development areas in the Far East, Data News Agency reports.
The project is being developed by the Moscow branch of the Nomura Institute, its preliminary cost is estimated at 39 billion rubles, of which 25 billion is the volume of private investments.
The payback period is, according to the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Biological Resources of Primorsky Krai, 12 years. Despite repeated statements by Andrey Aksenov, director of the Primorsky Krai Investment Agency, about the interest of Russian and foreign investors, there is no official information about potential investors in the creation of the fishing industry.