This was announced by director of the industrial park Alexander Yaroshenko within the framework of the Prime Minister's working visit to the innovation site. Two residents from Israel and China registered today and this year they plan to start construction of their shops. Andrei Kobyakov examined the already completed facilities in the Great Stone: a trade and exhibition complex, a logistics warehouse and a business center. During several years of operation of the industrial park, about one billion dollars of investments was attracted, and the number of residents reached 33. By the end of the year it is planned to expand the representation to 40 companies and attract investors from around the world.
After visiting a number of facilities, Andrei Kobyakov held a meeting in one of the office buildings of the Park. The main topics were the sale of food products to China and the holding of the exhibition BelAGRO in the territory of the Great Stone.