Zima


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Zima

 

a city in Irkutsk Oblast, RSFSR, located at the intersection of the Oka River (a tributary of the Angara) with the Siberian highway. Population, 42,000 (1970). Zima has a sawmill and woodworking industry, as well as a factory producing reinforced-concrete items, a clothing factory, and a poultry-processing plant. There is a medical school. An electrochemical combine and a plant for the extraction of rosin were under construction in 1972.

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