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Director: Andrei Alexandrovich Roslavitskiy
Address: 241014, Bryansk Region, Bryansk, bulvar Gagarina, 23, office 401
Website: invest32.ru
E-mail: agency@invest32.ru
Tel.: +7 (4832) 729005 – general director's reception desk,+7 (4832) 74-07-26
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04.08.2017
The Investment Memorandum on the Construction of a clinic for vascular surgery in Bryansk was signed by the Government of the Bryansk Region and representatives of the Italian investor company – Group Policlinico di Monza. This was reported on Thursday by the press service of the regional government.
14.02.2017
According to TASS, a European investor is going to invest more than 4 billion rubles in the construction of a glass block plant in Dyatkovo, Bryansk region.
27.08.2015
Investors from Poland are expected to inject RUB 9.5bn into a greenhouse facility close to Bryansk. An investment agreement to this effect was signed today by Poland’s Lingaine and the government of the Bryansk region at the 4th Slavic International Economic Forum in Bryansk, the region’s economic development department reported today.
15.02.2017
In Bytosh, Bryansk region, an enterprise is being prepared for the construction of vials for pharmaceutical use. An investor of this project, whose investments are to be 4 billion rubles, is a German company.
04.11.2015
Siemens will open the equipment production in Bryansk for the high-speed railroad ‘Moscow-Kazan’, which is to be launched for the world football championship in 2018. In the words of the deputy general director of the plant ‘Termotron’, on the basis of which the production is being created, Anton Abushenko, the first production will be released by the enterprise by the middle of the next year.
22.07.2015
Polish company to invest EUR 150 m in greenhouse construction in Bryansk Region. Poland’s Lingayne is planning to launch construction this autumn on a greenhouse facility with total area of 100 hectares to grow tomatoes in the Bryansk Region, the regional government’s press service reports citing a meeting Lingayne CEO Marek Romanovski held with regional leaders.

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