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Primorye launched an investment project for the production of expanded clay

In the village of Yaroslavl, Primorsky Territory, a project has been launched to produce expanded clay. The new production included in the comprehensive investment plan for the modernization of the settlement in 2014 and the period of 2015-2018 will create new jobs and additional revenues to the municipal budget.

The Department of Economics and Strategic Development of Primorye reported that the project provides for a full cycle of production: from clay mining to delivery of ready-made products to claydite.

Currently, work is under way with foreign investors to manufacture and supply the necessary equipment. After the purchase of equipment, the construction of the main building of the plant will begin. Start production is planned by the end of 2014.

The new enterprise will appear in the framework of the plan for the development of the mono settlement, prepared on behalf of the head of the region Vladimir Miklushevsky after the visit of the first vice-governor of Primorye, Alexander Kostenko, to the settlement in February.

Currently, work is under way to diversify the economy of the village of Yaroslavsky within the framework of a comprehensive investment plan for the development of the territory, which was approved in April. It included investment projects with a total investment of 1,3 billion rubles.

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