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Seven TOP residents will start work in Yakutia

Seven TOP residents will start work in Yakutia
Photo: mineconomic.sakha.gov.ru
Special project Yakutsk Initiative

By the end of the year, seven new investment projects will be launched within the framework of the Yakutia ASEZ. Investors plan to work in the mining, jewelry, agricultural and other industries.

According to the press service of the Ministry of Economy of Yakutia, by the end of the year, an enterprise will be launched to organize complex mining operations for the extraction of coal, OOO Almaz, with a capacity of 360 thousand tons of coal per year. LLC "TFM Yakutia" will also start operating, which leases equipment for mining operations.

KSK LLC, which specializes in organizing construction and earthworks, was also included in the TOP residents. The company will create 92 new jobs for the region's residents. Another 25 jobs will appear at Aurifex LLC, which will be engaged in the production of jewelry.

And on September 25, the first stage of the third stage of the Sayuri year-round greenhouse complex will be launched. In addition to private investment, this project also includes funds from the Far East and Arctic Development Fund - about 600 million rubles.

In total, 38 TOP residents are currently working in Yakutia with projects worth more than 123 billion rubles. In fact, 52 billion rubles of private investments were invested in these projects. The last production launch took place on 10 September. Within the framework of the South Yakutia ASEZ, the first stage of the Ingalinskaya mine and the Ingalinskaya-2 processing plant were opened

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