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364 bln Rubles to be Invested in Russian Roads Next Year
8.09.2011 08:08
364 bln Rubles to be Invested in Russian Roads Next Year

About 364 bln Rubles (about $12.2 mln) will be allotted from federal budget for building, capital repair and maintenance of automobile roads in 2012. About 309 bln Rubles is planned to be spend on the same purposes in 2011.

In the current year 208 km of new federal roads and 6 300 meters of artificial construction including bridges and tunnels are planned to be built. In the nearest ten years federal government plans to double the length of highways in the country.

About 5 bln Rubles will be allotted to the regional government for building new roads this year.

Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian roads invest Russian business   

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