A Japanese consortium is expected to buy a 10% stake in Khabarovsk International Airport, JSC, a subsidiary of Russia's largest Far East airport, the airport management company said on Tuesday, with the amount of the transaction undisclosed.
The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF), the Chinese state road construction and service company Shandong Hi-Speed Group, the government of the Khabarovsk Territory and the Russian construction group VIS agreed on the joint development of road infrastructure in the Khabarovsk Territory, reported the RDIF.
The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) and JBICIG Partners (JBICIG, a subsidiary of Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC)) as part of the Russian-Japanese Investment Fund, agreed on a joint project for the construction of a fuel pellets plant in the city of Amursk (Khabarovsk territory) in partnership with the far eastern RFP Group and Japanese Prospect Co, reported the RDIF.
The Singapore-based Poh Group is planning to invest $18 million in the construction of a low-capacity liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant.
In the framework of the memorandum signed with Khabarovsk Airport JSC on joint implementation of the project on construction and operation of the new terminal building of the Khabarovsk (New) Airport, consortium of Japanese companies Sojitz Corp., JOIN and JATCO will acquire 10% of shares of Khabarovsk international airport JSC before the end of the year, states the report on the Khabarovsk Airport JSC website.
The BM Group of Companies and the international trading company Sung Lin (Suifenhe, Heilongjiang, PRC) plan to construct a wood processing plant in the Khabarovsk Territory by 2023.