Source Pravda.Ru

Nizhny Novgorod launches competition for best investment project

 

In the Nizhny Novgorod region, one can start submitting applications to participate in "Investment Project of the Year - 2014" competition. Both large investors, who made a significant contribution to the economic development of the region, and those who invested in small projects, can take part in the competition. 

"For the region, any investment of any size in any industry is important. This year's competition will be held in the form of a relay, in which each investor will be able to tell others about their project and pass the baton to any other investor, - the Minister of Investment Policy of the Nizhny Novgorod region, Natalia Kazachkova said. - The award ceremony for winners will change too. This year, we plan to attract sponsors, who will award special prizes to those investors, whose projects will be recognized as winners in nominations. I invite all investors to participate in the competition, because this is a direct opportunity to make a statement now." 

Applications will be accepted through 20 December. Participants of the contest for best investment project can register on the website of the Ministry of Investment Policy.

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