The economy in city Ulan-Ude

Anonym 1 year, 10 months ago
Saying that it’s bad won’t really make the point. The development is hindered by some weird laws about a special ecological zone, loud words from certain representatives of the modest Buryat nation about the lack of necessity for a gas pipeline, high electricity costs. A tourist zone is being built without understanding of the type of tourist services it will offer and of the tourists, who will come here. An interesting business venture constitutes the quarrying and sale to China of some jade. Quite a bit of money can be made (enough for a 200-series Land Cruiser) through sale of trees to China over summer. The local wild steeps are also home to a very potent trait of cannabis.