Russia: Japanese to build greenhouse complex in Khabarovsk

In 2015 Japanese investors plan to develop the former state farm Avangard in Khabarovsk into a greenhouse complex.

This was announced by the businessmen from Japan: Yukio Temma, the head of the Hokkaido bank LTD in Vladivostok, Norihiko Maeda, a member of the board of directors of Hokkaido Coca-Cola Bottling Co LTD, at a meeting with the mayor of Khabarovsk Alexander Sokolov.

The new agricultural enterprise will be growing thousands of tonnes of tomatoes and cucumbers. Representatives from Japan told about a similar project that is already being implemented in the Amur region, where they produce organic soy. The delegation also spoke of modern vending machines for drinks and food, which are commonly used in Japan.

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