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Program of experience exchange with the Republic of Korea was completed in Primorye

Yesterday the Primorye Territory Administration hosted the final working meeting within the framework of the Knowledge Sharing Program.

As previously reported in EastRussia, investment priorities, agriculture and tourism were identified as priorities for research within the framework of the KSP.

In addition, the framework should take on a more applied nature. Their goal is to attract a wide range of experts from Russian and Korean businesses to participate in the KSP program.

Proposals to improve the mechanisms for supporting the investment activities of the region were proposed by the Eurasia Institute at the University of Kukmin. According to Korean specialists, Primorsky Krai is able to become a logistics center, while an organization that specializes in attracting investments to the region should play a fundamental role in attracting investments.

At the same time, the meeting participants analyzed the Primorsky Territory Investment Strategy up to 2018, which led to the conclusion that the most expedient for Primorye is the creation of a free trade zone.

The Korean colleagues proposed methods for the development of tourism and agriculture. With regard to the disclosure of its tourist potential, Russky Island was noted, and in the agricultural sector - the need to shorten the terms of customs procedures.

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