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For the Sukhodol bay, one can argue with the coal terminal and the fishing industry cluster

The Japanese institute Nomura offers the authorities of Primorye to place the fishing cluster, created on behalf of the President of the country, near the Sukhodol Bay, writes Kommersant.

Investments in the project are estimated at 40 billion rubles. Regional officials expect that one of the co-investors will be the Russian Sea - Dobycha company, controlled by Gennady Timchenko. His Volga Group, together with SDS-Ugol, is going to build a coal terminal in the same area.

A year ago, President Vladimir Putin instructed the Primorsky authorities to implement this project, which chose Nomura as the concept developer in the competition. Earlier, Primorye officials said that the creation of the cluster would require 40 billion rubles: 11 billion rubles could be allocated by the federal budget, another 26 billion rubles by investors, and 3 billion rubles by the regional treasury.

Nomura surveyed 17 sites where it is possible to host a cluster with port, processing and trading and storage facilities. The Japanese recommend three sites: near Sukhodol Bay in the area of ​​capes Vinogradnoye and Azaryeva, in the Bay of Five Hunters, as well as near the village of Slavyanka.

In all respects, Sukhodol suits best, Nomura concretizes. Placing a cluster on this site will also reduce the planned volume of investments. The project does not indicate the sources of savings, writes Kommersant.

Probably, it will be possible to save money on the construction of access roads: about 3 billion rubles for this purpose are allocated by the joint venture of SDS-coal and Gennady Timchenko's Volga Group as part of the construction of a coal terminal in Sukhodol. However, Nomura notes that the proximity to the coal terminal is undesirable for the fish cluster. It is possible to place both objects in Sukhodol due to the long coastline.

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