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Singapore business intends to bring its experience in the development of transport and logistics infrastructure and invest in the reconstruction of Khabarovsk airport

Today, in Khabarovsk, a meeting was held between the First Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs Alexander Levintal with the participants of the business mission from the Republic of Singapore, the press service of the Governor and the Government of the Khabarovsk Territory reported.

The delegation included representatives of large Singaporean businesses, as well as specialists from the IE Singapore Foreign Trade and Investment Agency, a government organization that promotes Singaporean companies abroad. The visit took place within the framework of an agreement signed between the Agency and the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East.

“Singapore is a very small country, so the entry of Singaporean companies into foreign markets is extremely important for us. We are ready to take part in interesting projects of the Khabarovsk Territory and are aimed at achieving results, ”said Gwyneth Tan, head of the Moscow office of IE Singapore.

During the meeting, the sides outlined the most promising areas of economic cooperation. A special interest of the guests was caused by the project of reconstruction of Khabarovsk airport, which will begin in 2015 year. According to Gwyneth Tan, the Singaporean business will consider the possibility of investing in the construction of commercial real estate on the territory of the future airport complex, as well as in the design and organization of security systems.

“Cooperation in this area can bring very good results. Singapore has extensive experience in the development of transport and logistics infrastructure, and Singapore's Changi Airport has been repeatedly recognized as the best in the world, "said Alexander Levintal.

In addition, the members of the delegation expressed their hope for the early adoption of the law "On territories of advanced socio-economic development in the Russian Federation" and the creation of such territories in the Khabarovsk Territory. In particular, Singaporean companies will study the possibility of participating in the development of the port infrastructure of Vanino - the Soviet-Gavan transport hub.
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