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Siemens to open a representative office in Vladivostok

Siemens intends to participate in large projects that are being implemented today in the Far East, and in particular in Primorye. The region intends to cooperate with the company in the field of energy and energy supply, housing and communal services, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, and urban infrastructure development.

Prospects for cooperation head of the economic service of Primorye Nikolai Dubinin discussed with company representatives, the press service of the head of the region.

The company has already participated in the implementation of a number of large projects, among them, in the construction of the APEC-2012 Summit facilities, as well as in the supply of equipment for regional enterprises.

During the meeting, Nikolay Dubinin spoke about promising investment projects that are being implemented or are being prepared for implementation in the province, about areas of advanced social and economic development and measures of state investment support.

Also, the director of the department drew the attention of German partners to the possibility of cooperation in the field of pharmaceutics and biotechnology.

“In Primorye, there are huge reserves of marine bioresources, there are ready-made biotechnologies and research institutes. Climatic and natural conditions provide the region with unlimited development potential in these areas, ”says Nikolay Dubinin.

In turn, the head of the regional development department of the Siemens group in the Russian Federation, Sergey Kiryachek, expressed great interest in participating in large-scale projects that are being implemented today in Primorye and in the Far East. He also announced that the company is considering the possibility of opening a Siemens office in Vladivostok.

Recall that by the beginning of 2014, more than 20 major investment projects had already been implemented in the region. And by 2017, this figure will increase significantly.

“Before 2017, more than 160 investment projects worth more than 110 billions of dollars are planned for implementation. As well as the construction of more than 280 infrastructure facilities worth about 10 billion dollars, ”said Vladimir Miklushevsky, head of the Primorsky Territory, as part of the First Russian-Chinese Expo in Harbin during the presentation of Primorye investment opportunities.

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