Altay Kulginov tells about investment projects implemented in Nur-Sultan
The city authorities remove administrative barriers for investors according to the akimat’s official site.
The city hall hold regular investment council sessions to attract private investments, launch industries and facilities required for the city and create new jobs according to an Instagram post by Nur-Sultan mayor.
“We work with investors on a case-by-case basis to remove administrative barriers. Previously, the council upheld such projects as construction of a medication distribution center (storage) and wholesale distribution centers, as the pandemic has shown the demand for such projects. We work on their implementation today,” Kulginov wrote.
The initiatives approved by the investment council include social, infrastructure, production, logistics and other projects.
“For instance, the council supported the project of a new plant for block-module construction. This industry will allow building social housing faster while reducing the unit cost of a square meter. Other projects are polyethylene and polypropylene piping production, furniture workshop, bituminous-concrete plant, meat processing facility, electric bus pool and new snow disposal technologies,” Nur-Sultan mayor noted.
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