Moscow will carry out the first Russian auction to conclude an agreement on the integrated development of industrial area. It will select an investor who will redevelop the Korovino industrial zone.

The private investments the new Korovino project may amount to RUR 40 bn, and this will also create up to 13,000 new jobs for the Muscovites.


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