McDonald’s launched its first two restaurants in Khabarovsk on Wednesday.
According to the press center of the Far East Investment and Export Agency, Liwei is planning to grow 20,000 tons of ginseng in the Khabarosvk Territory to sell in Russia and export to Europe.
The Chinese company China Harbor Engineering Company is developing a concept for building a new river terminal for transshipment of agro-industrial goods on the Amur River near Khabarovsk. This is part of a larger-scale project for the construction of a series of grain ports in the region, the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Far East and the Arctic reported on Wednesday.
The joint company of Russian Railways and Marubeni Corporation (Japan), which will establish a Russian-Japanese preventive medicine and diagnostics center, is officially registered in Khabarovsk. This was reported on Friday by the press service of the Far Eastern Railway (FER).
Sherwood Energy registered in Hong Kong has entered into an agreement with the Far East Investment and Export Agency (FEIEA) to implement a gas processing project. Anastasia Nabatchikova, Head of the petrochemical business line of the FEIEA Department of Investment Projects, told Kommersant about this.
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.