Vice-Governor of the Primorsky territory noted that the region is aimed at attracting investments in production of high-tech equipment and service for medical field.
VLADIVOSTOK, 16 Oct. The Ambassador of Switzerland in Russia Pierre Helg said that the Swiss medical company intend to enter markets in remote regions of Russia, including Primorye, informs the regional administration.
In Primorye, held a bilateral meeting, Vice Governor of the region Sergey nekhaeva and the Ambassador of Switzerland in Russia Pierre Helga. The latter noted that Switzerland is interested to develop relations not only with Central regions of Russia, but also with distant, with the Primorsky Krai.
“Over the past 20 years our country has made aggregate investments in Russia amounting to 20 billion dollars. Around 600 Swiss companies created over 80 thousand jobs. Our goal is to involve the interaction of small enterprises, which in our country is about 300 thousand. They are still afraid to enter the Russian market, and for us it is very important to know what measures to support investment in the Primorye territory. Large Swiss companies are also ready to invest in Primorye”, — said the Ambassador.
According to him, to consider the possibility of work in Primorsky Krai finished Swiss company specialized in medical services.
As noted by Sergey Nekhaev, Primorye aimed at attracting investments in production of high-tech equipment and services health sector that exist in Europe. “In the framework of the law on the free port of Vladivostok provides the rule by which we will attract foreign medical institutions to open their branches in Primorye”, — said Nekhaev.