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China Paper is planning to invest circa USD 1.5 BN into construction of its pulp and paper combine in Khabarovsk Territory, according to the PR function of the Russian Far East Development Ministry.
The Russian Railways, the Japanese Ministry of Health and Welfare and the Agency of the Far East signed a tripartite agreement on attracting investments, supporting exports, and building a Russian-Japanese Preventive Medicine Center in Khabarovsk, as reported today by the Russian Railways’ press service.
The Japanese JGC Evergreen will begin construction of greenhouses for growing strawberries in the Khabarovsk Territory in 2018. This will be the third stage of the project in the Territory of Priority Development (TPD) in Khabarovsk, as Vyacheslav Shport, the Government of the Territory, told TASS on Tuesday.
The operator of the Russia’s first large-scale shelf project “Sakhalin – 1” – Exxon Neftegas, in which Rosneft owns 20% – still plans to construct its own liquefied natural gas (LNG) production plant near the port of De-Kastri in the Khabarovsk Territory, as the Vedomosti newspaper wrote on Thursday with reference to the Company’s documents.
A new high-tech sawmill was opened in Amursk, Khabarovsk Territory, as reported by the Federal Press Center of the Russian Timber Industry Complex.
Palfinger Sany Cranes (a joint venture of the Austrian Palfinger and Chinese Sany) in partnership with the Lifting and Transporting Mechanisms Engineering and Technology Center (LTM ITC) launched an assembly production of boom cranes in Khabarovsk.

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