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Japanese businessmen intend to create construction in Primorye
Members of the delegation of the business mission of the Hokkaido Governorate (Japan), headed by the head of the business department of the Center for Regional Studies, Kagaya Yoshifumi JSC, discussed with the authorities of Primorye the possibility of creating their own construction industries in the region, the press service of the regional administration reports.
The report also notes that representatives of companies that produce construction and related materials arrived in the structure of the Japanese delegation to Primorye.
Director of the Department of International Cooperation and Tourism Development of Primorsky Krai Alexey Starichkov at the meeting acquainted foreign businessmen with many projects that are planned to be implemented in the region.
"On the eve of the APEC-2012 summit in Primorye, construction projects worth more than $ 20 billion have already been implemented. Companies from 20 countries of the world, including Japanese, have been involved in them," Starichkov recalled, whose words are given in the message.
He also noted that in Primorye several thousand families received free land for the construction of individual housing, and the delivery of land continues. Therefore, the region has already significantly increased the volume of housing construction. Also, a large number of multi-apartment houses are being built all over the territory of the region.
Japanese businessmen stressed that the building materials they produce would be suitable for the Primorsky Territory, since they are oriented specifically to cold temperatures.
"This is an inexpensive and high-quality production. We hope that business and technologies for cold regions will contribute to the development of our regions," said Kagaya Yoshifumi.
The head of the delegation added that Japanese companies are interested in participating in many projects. In turn, A. Starichkov declared the readiness of the regional authorities to support these initiatives.
"By producing construction and other materials in Primorye, you will get a colossal sales market in the regions of the Far East, Siberia," said the director of the department.