Japan is planning to invest into the development of the Primorye Territory's export infrastructure
Japan to invest into Primorye's export infrastructure
Japan is planning to invest into the development of the Primorye Territory's export infrastructure. A delegation from Japan headed by Osamu Hasiromoto, a representative of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing, arrived at the Primorye Territory yesterday. The Japanese businessmen' goal is to attract Japanese investments, technology and businesses to the Russian Far East through cooperation in fish processing, logging, timer processing, agriculture, greenhousing as well as logistics. As part of the visit, the delegation has already visited major Primorye-based agricultural and logistic enterprises. Conferences and seminars have been scheduled to address the conditions of cooperation between the two countries. Japan and Russia are going to implement their plan on cooperation in the Russian Far East contemplating 18 priority areas, including cooperation in power economy, transport, healthcare and the creation of joint investment platforms. The total cost of the projects is RUB 1 trillion.
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