Chinese Companies to invest $200 Million for Scallop Growing in Russia
SEAFOODNEWS.COM [China Aquatic] Translated by Amy Zhong Dec 7, 2016
According to the government of Primorsky Krai, some Chinese companies plan to invest US $200 million to raise scallops, sea cucumbers and mussels there.
The deputy secretary-general of China Overseas Development Association is reported to have met and talked with the vice governor of Primorsky Krai. And Chinese companies intend to start the operation of their aquaculture facility there in May, 2017. And this facility will create thousands of new jobs.
Chinese investors are attracted by the good conditions around Vladivostok and other advanced development zones, said the deputy secretary-general. Primorsky Krai is attractive for investment,
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