RDIF, partners invest 250 bln rbl in Russian economy in 2017
GORKI, Moscow Region Feb 21 (PRIME) -- The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) and its partners invested more than 250 billion rubles in the country’s economy in 2017, Director Kirill Dmitriev said at a meeting with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Wednesday.
“We invested more than 250 billion rubles with our partners last year, of which 40 billion rubles were investments of the RDIF and 210 billion rubles of our partners. This way, we invested more than 1.2 trillion rubles in the Russian economy over the last six years,” Dmitriev said.
He also said that Russian Helicopters, oncology centers in the Moscow Region and large road projects accounted for the bulk of investments in 2018.