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Laid the first stone in the construction of the Chinese-Belarusian industrial park

The groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of the Chinese-Belarusian industrial park was held on June 19 near the village of Bykachino, Smolevichi district.

Deputy Prime Minister Anatoly Tozik said in his speech that there will be no problems with the residents: there are a lot of companies that show interest in the Sino-Belarusian industrial park.

The first resident will be the Chinese company Huawei, next in line is the ZTE Corporation. Tozik also added that not only Chinese companies, but also South Korean, Japanese, and European companies have expressed their desire to become residents of the park. "The park is being created for the technologies of tomorrow," added the Deputy Prime Minister.

In addition, the park has an excellent location, it is in close proximity to the international airport, railway lines, the Berlin-Moscow transnational highway.

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