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August 1, 2019
Singapore’s Sudima to split planned US$200M wood processing complex in Russia’s Far East
Singapore's Sudima International, which announced earlier that it would build a wood-processing complex in the Primorye Territory worth $200 million, has decided to split the project into two parts due to a potential lack of timber. The second facility will be located in the Transbaikal Territory. "Originally the plan was to create a new production facility in Primorye, but due to the potential lack of timber for such a big project, it's been split into two parts, and the second will be implemented in Transbaikal. Investors have already held ...
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