The total private investments in these projects will be RUR 1.5 bn.

Investment project 1 foresees to create the Pererva technopark in Moscow.

Within investment project 2, OOO Senior Group Malakhovka will create a general-type residential 90-bed care facility in Moscow.

The third company – Pixel ST - plans to create an industrial complex to manufacture transformers, independent power supply sources and hydraulic equipment.

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