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In 2015, 5 investment projects worth 3 billion rubles start in Buryatia

At a meeting of the Council under the head Republic of Buryatia To improve the investment climate, five agreements on cooperation between the government and investors for a total amount of about 3 billion rubles were signed. The start of the five projects discussed in the documents will be given already this year, the press service of the regional government reports.

As EastRussia explained in the press service, agreements were signed with both foreign and domestic investors. So, already this year, a customs and logistics terminal and a two-way checkpoint "Zheltura" should be built. The project is being implemented to organize the transportation of thermal coal from Mongolia to Buryatia and further for the needs of Russian consumers. The volume of investments made within the framework of the project at the moment is 80 million rubles.

By 2017 it is planned to build a tourist sports and recreation complex "Ilyinskaya Sloboda". It is assumed that the annual proceeds from the project to all levels of budgets will amount to 45,7 million rubles. The second tourist investment project, which should be implemented by 2025, involves the creation of a family recreation center "Ethnoecotourism". The center will operate around the clock in the ecological zone and directly within the city of Ulan-Ude. Tax revenues to all levels of the budgets for the entire period of the project will amount to about 986 million rubles.

The foreign investor was Beijing International Trade Company "Jin Bei Yuan", registered in 12 countries and regions of the world - China, USA, European Union, Russia, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Iran, Turkey, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. The company focuses on the Chinese market of drinking water of medium and premium class. It is assumed that by 2020 the company will build a production and logistics complex for the extraction and bottling of the deep water of Lake Baikal. The total investment amounted to 1 billion rubles. The project provides for the creation of 150 new jobs, as well as the receipt of taxes and fees in the consolidated budget of the country from 13 million rubles from 2017 year. When launched at full capacity - up to 45 million rubles annually.

The most expensive investment project with the volume of investments in 1,2 billion rubles was a project whose activity is aimed at achieving indicators of import substitution. It involves the creation in the region of a new industrial production of meat (marbled beef) and dairy products. The implementation period is from 2015 to 2020. 

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