Investment Potential of the Kaluga Region Presented at a Briefing of the American Chamber of Commerce in the Russian Federation

The Regional Conference of the American Chamber of Commerce in the Russian Federation took place in Moscow. It was focused on the investment priorities of Central Russia.

The investment briefing was chaired by Alexei Rodzianko, President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Chamber of Commerce in Russia. The conference was attended by Artur Niyazmetov, Deputy Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the Central Federal District, delegates from relevant ministries and investment agencies from ten constituent entities of the Russian Federation, as well as representatives of diversified American companies.

Nikolai Andreyev, General Director of the Regional Development Agency of the Kaluga Region, spoke at the regional pitch session. He noted that one of the priority areas of the Kaluga Region team’s work is making the region more investment attractive. “More than 8.5 thousand hectares of industrial sites has high quality engineering infrastructure. The largest Freight Village-like multimodal complexes have been established in the center of Russia. A total of 232 companies from more than 30 countries of the world are based in the region to implement their projects. The world’s largest corporations and small family companies are the ones who choose us. They include productive projects involving American businesses, which is expanding its presence in Russia,” Nikolai Andreyev emphasized.


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