MINSK, 1 June (BelTA) – The creation of a Belarusian-Chinese industrial park in Smolevichi District will allow attracting about $5 billion into the economy of Belarus, Chairman of the Minsk Oblast Executive Committee Boris Batura told media on 1 June.
According to Boris Batura, a town planning institute is now busy designing the general layout of the park. The draft government resolution on the status of the industrial park and the charter of the management company is in the approval phase. Once the documents are approved, they will be submitted for discussion. A while ago the project was discussed with Vice Premier of Belarus Anatoly Tozik. It was stated at the meeting that ten companies had shown an interest in deploying enterprises at the site near Smolevichi. The number of investors includes manufacturers of new-generation TV sets, microwave ovens, electronics and other products. Other leading European companies will take part in the project as well, said Boris Batura.
The Belarusian-Chinese industrial park will allow creating high-performance jobs in the region. Ecological requirements and interests of owners of dachas will be taken into account during the establishment of the cluster.