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Turkish Kastamonu to build $100m timber plant in Alabuga

16 Feb '09
Turkish timber company Kastamonu Entegre is to invest $100m building a plant to produce wood boards in the Republic of Tatarstan, RIA Novosti reports.

The plant is to be located in Alabuga special economic zone (SEZ), the agency said.

The plant’s projected annual capacity is 350,000 tons of products.

Timeframes for the project are yet to be announced.
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