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Joint project on growing soybeans on Japanese technologies is gaining momentum

Governor Oleg Kozhemyako and Vice President of Hokkaido Bank met today in the government of the Amur Region, according to the official website of the regional government. It was also attended by Deputy Prime Minister Vladislav Bakumenko, Minister of Agriculture Sergei Vologdin, Minister of Foreign Economic Relations, Tourism and Entrepreneurship Igor Gorevoy, founders of Amuragroholding. The Japanese delegation, headed by Sasahara Akihiro, Vice President of Hokkaido Bank JSC, included key managers of a joint project for growing soybeans on the Amur land using Japanese technologies.

“The attention of the Russian and Japanese parties is riveted to the project. We are ready to work in all areas that are most acceptable and convenient for both parties, - stressed the head of the region Oleg Kozhemyako. “We must prepare 1000 hectares of land this year so that in 2015 Japanese specialists can plant soybeans using Japanese technologies.”

In turn, Sasahara Akihiro noted that the Japanese side “has a desire not to limit ourselves to growing soybeans”: “We would like to develop the project further to turn it into a process of deep processing, especially since we reached mutual understanding with our Russian partners - the company "Amuragroholding".

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