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At the meeting, chaired by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, requests from foreign investors for preliminary approval of transactions in relation to Russian companies engaged in air transportation, mining, hydrocarbon processing, production of industrial explosives and the supply of certain types of communication equipment were considered.

The government commission, among other things, approved a deal related to the implementation of a large investment project by Sibur Holding for the construction of the Amur gas processing complex with the participation of Chinese partners. It will become one of the largest not only for the domestic petrochemical industry, but also in comparison with world analogues.

Together with the construction of the complex in the Far East, the creation of Russia’s largest gas processing and gas chemical cluster will be completed, focused on the production of products with high added value and contributing to unlocking the enormous potential of the country’s non-resource exports. Attraction of the world’s largest petrochemical company Sinopec to the project confirms the investment attractiveness of Russia.

The meeting was attended by First Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Belousov, Deputy Prime Minister – Chief of Staff of the Government Dmitry Grigorenko, Deputy Prime Ministers Victoria Abramchenko, Yuri Borisov, Alexander Novak, federal ministers. The keynote address was made by the head of the Federal Antimonopoly Service Maxim Shaskolsky.

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