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In Russia's Chita Oblast, a region located in the southeastern part of the country that borders the countries of China and Mongolia, a joint Russian-Chinese logistics center for trading Chinese vegetables and fruits on the market will open in the near future, according to the head of the city administration Anatoly Dmitrievich and representatives of the government of Manchuria.

Foreign enterprises interested in exporting their products to Russian markets, now have their chance to house their goods at the trade center Food City. Interested suppliers include enterprises from Iran, Mexico, Syria, Tunisia, Georgia, China, India, Morocco, Turkey, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Armenia and others.

Governor of the Sverdlovsk Oblast Yevgeny Kuyvashev during the Russian-Azerbaijan forum said that the agreement for the establishment of the logistics center was signed at the Innoprom exhibition in 2014.

In a press release of the Council of Minister's, as reported by IA REGNUM, the agency said that the priority will be the same: the realization of programs aimed at import substitution up to the year 2020. Deputy Prime Minister, Arkady Dvorkovich, said that the formation of new legal measures and new priorities, which were created by the end of last year, is natural.

During the 13th International Governmental Commission on Economic Cooperation between Russia and Tajikistan, the protocols that would establish a logistics center in Russia were signed by the two countries, according to the minutes of the intergovernmental meeting.

Auchan Russia's latest distribution facility is located in the Trilodzhi logistics complex in Park Tomilino a distance from Moscow's ring road, 7 kilometers along Novoryazanskoye highway.

Russian producers of fruit juice had increased their output by 25 percent compared to their output in September 2013, according to the data published by Russia's Federal State Statistics Service.

The daughter company of the Moscow-based S-Fruit Alliance, Agropolis North-West, has moved back the commissioning date for the first phase of a logistics center for agricultural products to be located in the Krasnoselky Region of St. Petersburg, according to a report by InterFax Severo-Zapad.

This information was announced by member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation on the development of public diplomacy and the support of compatriots abroad Sergei Markov.

The Turkish company Nassan has developed an interest in starting work on an enterprise specializing in the cultivation and development vegetable products.

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