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26 February '19

Crimea signed agreements for more than 12 billion rubles within the Russian Investment Forum in Sochi

Crimea signed agreements for more than 12 billion rubles within the Russian Investment Forum in Sochi

According to the Head of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Aksyonov, the Peninsula and its enterprises signed agreements with investors worth more than 12 billion rubles in Sochi.

"These are real agreements: a plant for the production of window profiles and other construction materials, a number of projects related to the processing of agricultural products," the Head of Crimea said.

He also noted that some of the investment agreements that will be presented at the V YIEF were signed on the sidelines of the Russian Investment Forum in Sochi.

The company "RS-Invest" and the Council of Ministers the Republic of Crimea agreed to launch the project "Logistics complex" worth one billion rubles, it is planned to create at least 50 workplaces.

The company "Modern facade systems" intends to build a plant for the production of aluminum profiles with a capacity of up to 18 thousand tons per year in the Crimea by 2023. The planned volume of investments will be about 4.2 billion rubles. This project will employ up to 400 employees.

As well an agreement on the construction of an aluminum profiles MFS plant with a capacity of up to 18,000 tons per year was signed with the Council of Ministers. This project for 4.2 billion rubles allows to employ up to 400 people.

The Tula company "Energomash" and "Kerch metallurgical plant" agreed to organize the production of units and components of equipment for the oil and gas industry - gas compressors, pumping units and gas generators with a capacity of one megawatt.

"Our task is to provide maximal assistance to investors of projects, so that taxes come to the budget and new jobs appear," Minister of economic development of the Republic of Crimea Lyudmila Blank noted.

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