Foreign investors are interested in agricultural projects in the Crimea
Foreign investors became interested in some projects in the agricultural sector of the Crimea, declared Andrey Tsyganov, Deputy Head of the Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia, on April 10.
According to him, foreign companies already showed some interest in the projects related to the agro-industrial complex. But it included consultations and monitoring only. In particular, German investors showed real interest in the Crimea.
As for investors from China, who before annexation of the Crimea to Russia planned to construct the port district and realize some projects in the agricultural sphere, A.Tsyganov said that he "knows nothing about the fate of these projects”.
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