Primorye plans to sign 50 investment deals at Eastern Economic Forum

A large number of international investors are expected at the Eastern Economic Forum.

A large number of international investors are expected at the Eastern Economic Forum.

Stanislav Krasilnikov/TASS
The deals cover port infrastructure, coal terminals and tourism.

Russia’s Primorye Territory plans to sign about 50 investment agreements at the second Eastern Economic Forum (EEF), which will be held in Vladivostok on September 2-3, Primorye Governor Vladimir Miklushevsky told TASS in an interview on Aug. 29

“As far as new investment agreements are concerned, there are about 50 of them to date and the figure is not final yet,” Miklushevsky said. “Projects are large. They cover the upgrade of port infrastructure, construction of coal and gas terminals, logistical centers, fish processing plants, tourist facilities, and many others.”

Representatives of the Territories of Accelerated Development (TADs) will also present their projects at the forum, Miklushevsky said.

First published by TASS

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