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Japanese businessmen were told about the investment opportunities of Primorye

Director of the Department of International Cooperation and Development of Tourism in Primorye, Alexey Starichkov, met with a delegation of the Association of Industrialists of the Japanese city of Higasiosaka (Osaka Prefecture). According to the press service of the Primorsky Territory Administration, at a meeting of the Japanese delegation they spoke about the investment opportunities of the region.

So, Primorye sees Japanese enterprises as partners in the field of fish processing, the production of car parts, plastics and other chemical products, in the field of agriculture, tourism. “We also strive to develop trade relations so that the products manufactured in Primorye find their customers in the Asia-Pacific countries,” stressed Alexey Starichkov.

As Yelena Yaskevich, First Deputy Director of the Primorsky Territory Investment Agency, noted, the volume of foreign investments in the region's economy last year exceeded the level of the previous year by 4. "Today in Primorye, there are about 60 enterprises with Japanese investments and about 20 representative offices of Japanese companies," she said.

Today, the region has already implemented and is preparing for the implementation of more than 170 investment projects with a total investment of more than $ 114 billion. The largest of these projects are a cluster for the production of petrochemical materials in the Partizansky district, the construction of an LNG plant in the Khasansky district, the production of high-tech automotive products based on a special economic zone in Vladivostok, the development of the region's transport and logistics potential through the modernization of the Primorye-1 transport corridors and "Primorye-2", increasing the capacity of seaside ports.

“The projects that are being implemented in Primorye are certainly very interesting and promising. I am sure that members of our association will become their members, ”said Masayasu Takashima, chairman of the board of directors and general director of Takashima Industries Co., Ltd. 

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