Entrepreneurs from South Korea plan to invest 11 billion rubles (approximately $195 million) in construction of a regional hospital in Kamchatka Peninsula located in the Russian Far East.
The Kamchatka Priority Development Area will be expanded by including the investment project of India’s Tata Power for the development of the coal deposit on the peninsula, as reported by Yuri Trutnev, Russian Deputy Prime Minister - Presidential Envoy in the Far Eastern Federal District, whose words are cited by the Ministry for Development of Russian Far East.
Marubeni Corporation (Japan) is looking at cooperation opportunities in salmon processing on the Kamchatka peninsula, the company’s Executive Director Miki stated.
The Chinese COFCO Coca-Cola Beverages (a subsidiary of the COFCO Corporation) is interested in tanker supply of clean drinking water from Kamchatka to China.
The Government of the Kamchatka Krai and the Indian company Tата Power are making preparations for signing a cooperation agreement in February 2017. This will happen in the context of the Economic Forum in Sochi. The Kamchatka Government press office has reported the news today.