Russia. Sodruzhestvo Group to begin soybean growing and crushing in the Far East
Sodruzhestvo Group is planning to implement a grain and oilseed processing project in Primorsky region under the regime of the Free port of Vladivostok, UkrAgroConsult reports.
“The businessmen are interested in commodity flows and the possibility to set up processing of imported grains and pulses under the Free port regime, with the purpose of selling the made products to China,” said Anton Rodionov, chief of Primorsky region’s Investment agency.
In addition, the international agro-industrial entity is going to lease a vast land parcel (up to 100 Th ha) in Amur region for soybean cultivation. This land is not farmed at the moment, no work is under way there, and the company undertakes to observe Russia’s crop rotation rules.
Talks between representatives of Russia and Chinese companies have been completed in Khabarovsk to date.
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