Bystrinskoye polimetallic deposit in the Trans-Baikal region to give the state 500 billion rubles

Work on construction of the Bystrinsky mining and processing plant (GOK) continues in the Trans-Baikal region. According to vice president of Norilsk Nickel Andrei Bugrov, the company that will develop one of the 10 largest deposits in the world will bring around 500 billion rubles in the budgets of all levels.

The term of the project development is 30 years. The plant will create more than 2300 jobs, and on the assumption of the top management of Norilsk Nickel, GOK will become the flagship of the minerals mining in the Gazimuro-Zavodskoy district of the Trans-Baikal region and will become a catalyst for the development of the territory.

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