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Japanese sow grain in Primorye

The Japanese company "Marubeni" will take part in the construction of a grain terminal in Troitsa Bay in the Khasansky region in Primorye.

During the VI Russian-Japanese Investment Forum, which takes place in the Japanese city of Tokyo from March 19 to March 20, a memorandum was signed on the development of a project for the construction of a grain terminal. The cooperation document was sealed by three parties - the United Grain Corporation, the FESCO Transport Group of the Japanese corporation Marubeni, the regional administration said.

The project of creating a modern production of grain transshipment and transportation is one of the most important for the region's economy. It will allow a sharp increase in the number of tax revenues to the budget of various levels - Primorsky Krai and Khasansky District - and will create hundreds of jobs.

According to the Primorye Administration, the Secretary General of the Government of Japan Yoshihide Suga said during the forum that due to the situation around Crimea, Japan is freezing negotiations to conclude three agreements with the Russian Federation concerning visa facilitation, investment and the prevention of dangerous military activities in space. Meanwhile, he noted that he would not hinder the development of cultural and economic exchange between the two countries.

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