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The meeting of the Business Council Russia-South Korea is taking place in Khabarovsk

A meeting of the 7th Russia-South Korea Business Council has opened in the Khabarovsk Territory, where cooperation in such areas as energy and natural resources, transport, new technologies, and agriculture is discussed. The press service of the regional administration reports.

Three promising areas for investment cooperation have been identified in the region: in the Khabarovsk agglomeration area, in Komsomolsk-on-Amur and Vanino - the Sovetsko-Gavansky transport and industrial hub. “Participation in the implementation of investment projects presupposes a special regime for doing business, tax and rent benefits, priority connection to infrastructure facilities. The regional government will do its utmost to support investors who are able to establish efficient production. The region has a large industrial, scientific and personnel potential, which must be used, ”said Nikolai Brusnikin, First Deputy Chairman of the Krai Government for Investment, Territorial and Industrial Policy.

He also emphasized that large infrastructure projects are already being implemented with the participation of the federal budget for the integrated development of the Vanino - Sovetsko-Gavanskiy node. Among them - the construction of the Lidoga - Vanino highway, a thermal power station in Sovetskaya Gavan. In the coming years, thanks to the investment program of the Russian Railways, the support of the Government of the Russian Federation, the cargo traffic should increase from 22 to 37 million tons per year.

“We have been cooperating with the Khabarovsk Territory for a long time and plan to expand the spheres of interaction. 70 Korean companies are already actively working in the Russian market, among them is Incheon International Airport, which intends to participate in the reconstruction of the Khabarovsk airport. At the expense of investments, it is planned to build a new passenger terminal, a free trade area, develop an airport commercial zone with a hotel, exhibition and shopping center. We also intend to attract small and medium-sized businesses to investment projects. The support of the Government and the Governor is very important to us, ”said Han Dok Soo, President of the Korea International Trade Association (KITA).

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