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SINGAPORE, September 26 (Itar-Tass) —— Tatarstan is ready to support comprehensively foreign investors and to guarantee safety of their investments, Tatarstan’s Head Rustam Minnikhanov told the Russia-Singapore business forum on Monday.
“We will be happy to see you in Kazan and to present to you our opportunities in more detail,” he said addressing Asian investors, who participated in the forum in Singapore.
Deputy Head of Tatarstan Iskander Muflikhanov presented the republic’s economic potential. He stressed that Tatarstan is a most attractive region of Russia for investments. The republic has a legal base for attracting investments, it has a well-developed infrastructure, Muflikhanov said.
Tatarstan’s delegations had meetings with potential investors – managers of leading companies from Singapore and other Asian countries. The businesses were especially interested in circulation of capital in Russia and in any limitations on a share of foreign companies in Russian enterprises. Minnikhanov explained that Russia does not have any special conditions for circulation of foreign capital and that shares of foreign companies are unlimited.