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News of industry. Investors refuse to work in Russia.

Новости промышленности.  Swiss Krono Group уходит из РоссииInvestors from "Swiss Krono Group" (Switzerland) declared about stopping of civil work in Permskiy region where it was planned building of the plant for processing of the wood. Main reason of this decision according to the official statement spreading in the news of industry became negative economic situation in the country. Total sum of investment in the building had to be about 10 mld.rub. and the production of the first part of pulp product was planned to do at the end of this year.

We remind that this industrial project began from 2013 when the governor of Permskiy region signed with "Swiss Krono Group" agreement about building of wood processing plant. It was spent not more 3 mln.rub. for the preparation of civil area and other work. And as it was told in the news of industry of Permskiy region it was not fully accommodated.  
Now the same investors are going to build similar plant in Poland. In their opinion economic and political situation there is more stabilized it will fairly influence on the development of business.

 


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