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14 November, 2017
International investment and industrial Group Vi Holding signs the Agreement for Cooperation and Partnership with the Philippine mining company Global Ferronickel Holding Inc.

The Agreement for Cooperation and Partnership in the area of mining, metallurgy and energy has been signed based on the outcomes of the meeting of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev with the President of the Republic of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte as part of the East Asia Summit in Manila.

29 July, 2015
Subsidiary of Vi Holding Group obtained international quality certifications for its products

The Chinese company Henan Zhongfu Industrial Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of the international investment and industrial holding Vimetco, one of the largest on the aluminum market, has obtained the Quality Management System Certificate for Production of Components and Provision of Respective Services in the Automotive Industry.

22 May, 2015
Russian-Chinese Project Regarded As “Vitally Important"

On May 20, 2015 Vitaly Machitski, the owner and President of Vi Holding, a Russian Investment Industrial Group of companies, and Valery Krasnov, First Vice-President of Vi Holding Group met Xie Fuzhan, the Governor of Henan province in China. The Group operates high-tech facilities in Henan cities of Gongyi and Linzhou, producing rolled aluminum alloy products.

6 May, 2015
Large-Scale Geological Exploration Activities at Darwendale Deposit Continue

In accordance with the long-term strategy of the Darwendale Project implementation, which was approved earlier by the Board of Directors of Great Dyke Investments (Private) Limited, large-scale geological exploration works at the deposit commenced in January 2015. As of beginning of May more than 40,000 running meters have been drilled out of the total 300,000 running meters planned for drilling in 2015–2016.

Tushino Project

Vi Holding Development Ltd, a subsidiary of Vi Holding Group, holds the rights to develop the Tushino Project, an investment project for the integrated development of about 65 ha within the territory of the former Tushino Airfield (224 ha), which located in Pokrovskoye-Streshnevo District of North-Western Administrative Okrug of Moscow.

The main idea of the Tushino Project is to create a unique living environment for Moscow by the development of a mixed-use neighbourhood, fully corresponding to the live-work-play approach and comprising not only residential and commercial properties, but also a social infrastructure with a focus on sports and recreation facilities. One of the key elements is the Otkrytie Arena (or Spartak Stadium), a multi-purpose stadium located within walking distance of the Tushino Project. It hosts the home games of FC Spartak Moscow and will also be used for the matches of the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals tournament. A total area of residential, commercial and infrastructure facilities of the Tushino Project will be over 1 million m2.

The Tushino Project is one the major and most significant integrated development projects within the boundaries of Moscow City.