Russia's largest wholesale food complex, which will be similar to one of the largest markets in Europe "Ranzhis" should appear in the Moscow region in 2015, reports RIA "Novosti" with reference to the acting deputy mayor of the capital on economic policy Andrei Sharonov.
For the first time about the possible presence of such a market in Moscow authorities announced in June 2012, in August set up a special working group to implement the idea.
"I think our job is it to be not later than two years from now. In this case, if you look at the history of the markets and such markets is in Kiev, Lviv, Odessa, they are queues. Ranzhis, which has a million square meters, came not from the evening to the morning, so we will also be on the rise, "- said Sharon.
Sharon noted that the markets be created on the Leningrad highway, at the Kiev highway, and to the south of Moscow. The area of each of the markets will be about 500 thousand square meters. m
"These three markets simultaneously would not take the supply of Moscow, but their contribution will be very noticeable. There will be a surge of competition, which would gradually lead to a decrease in wholesale mark and, as a consequence, the final prices ", — said Sharon.