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Gubernatorial Commission for Priority Investment Projects and Improvement of Investment Climate
Director: Governor Kozhemyako Oleg Nikolaevich
Address: Amur region, Blagoveschensk, Lenina 135
Website: www.amurobl.ru, invest.amurobl.ru/ru/news/page/10
E-mail: secretar9@amurobl.ru, secretar1@amurobl.ru
Tel.: +7 (4162) 20-18-39, +7 (4162) 596 002
Fax: +7 (4162) 37-39-44
Time zone: Moscow +6

 

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16.02.2017
China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Corporation (CPECC) affiliated with CNPC may take part in the construction of Amur Gas-Processing Plant (GPP). According to Gazprom press release, Aleksey Miller, Gazprom’s CEO, and Wang Yilin, Chairman of the CNPC’s Board of Directors, have concluded final negotiations on the participation of CPECC in the project.
02.09.2016
Sirius Holding of China is constructing its oil production plant in the Amur Region. TASS was told so on Friday by the BoD President of Sirius Holding, Mr. Tao Jian. "We have already started implementing the project. It provides for production of oils used in food and cosmetics ", he said. "The investment volume is $1.44 bn", the interlocutor told.
18.04.2016
According to the Press Service of the regional government, a draft concession agreement on the construction of the bridge across the Amur River, which will connect Russia and China near Blagoveshchensk (Amur Region) and Heihe (Heilongjiang Province), was initialed in Harbin.
16.12.2016
China Chengtong Holdings Group is interested in the project envisaging construction of a pulp-and-paper plant in Amursk (Khabarovsk Territory), representative of the Ministry of Industry and Trade informed Vedomosti
15.06.2016
The concession agreement on the construction of a railway passage over the Amur river which will link Russia and China in the vicinity of the cities of Blagoveshchensk (Amur Region) and Heihe (Heilongjiang province, China) was signed today at the Harbin International Economic and Trade Fair, the press office of the Priamurye government.
16.12.2015
Sinopec (China Petrochemical Corporation) has closed the deal to buy a 10% stake in Russia’s largest gas processing and petrochemical group Sibur, a joint statement of the two companies announced on 17 December.

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