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Yakutia is "digitized"
The investment profile of the region abounds in IT and technology projects
The task number one in this direction has already been determined: Yakutia should become a modern center of the processing industry of the Far East. In the south of Yakutia, a powerful processing cluster is planned. Today, projects are under consideration for the establishment of the Tommot industrial hub in the Aldan district, where it is planned to establish facilities for the production of basalt materials and wood processing. In Neryungri, thanks to Japanese investors, it became possible to implement a project to assemble gas turbine equipment based on the Yakutugol repair plant. There are projects for the development of coal-chemical production.
New old technologies
In recent years, Russia has begun to attach great importance to the development of advanced technologies. Basalt technologies are the sphere in which Russia still holds the leading positions. The processing of basalt began in the USSR at the end of the 1970s, while basalt fiber was produced in small quantities, and almost all products were used for the needs of the defense industry.
Now technologies can be used in various fields. In fact, basalt continuous fiber has an unusually wide range of applications in various industries: petrochemical industry, metallurgy, building structures, energy, automotive and others.
Technologies of basalt materials and experience of Yakutia in this area will be used to increase the export potential of the Russian Federation. The tasks of Yakutia in this direction are fully supported by the Minsk region.
Checked in Yakutia
One of the initiators of this project was the Minister of Economy of the Republic Valery Maksimov. He believes that it is necessary to change the consciousness of people. Of course, it is necessary to update thinking and conceptual approaches to Russian and foreign investors. Our usual question addressed to the investor: "What will you do for the republic?" - should be replaced by: "What can we do for you?" The experience of the regions shows that the regions have reached success with new thinking.
Director General of the Agency for Investment Development of the RS (Y) Alexei Zagorenko told how to make the republic more attractive to investors: "If we compare with other regions, we are just beginning to open ourselves to investors. At this stage it is important for us to ensure the recognition of the republic, thereby increasing the level of trust. This is facilitated by visits, forums, the establishment of friendly and informal relations. Invest will be in the region they trust. " If until recently the republic has focused on raw materials projects, now it tries to promote projects in the sphere of processing, agriculture and high technologies on a par with them.
Entering the global IT market
To date, the country has accumulated sufficient experience in the IT industry. There are many examples when the Yakut developers came out with their product to the international market, while passing the Russian market. There is a need to create an IT park for the targeted export of intelligent products. This idea is especially relevant in the light of the remoteness of the region - when the products of the IT industry are exported, distances do not play a big role.
At the recent economic council under the government of the republic, the concept of development of IT-technologies in the region was approved. The authors of the project are sure that this will allow to get an economic effect in Yakutia and bring it to the global market in the field of software development. Director of the industrial park "Yakutia" Anatoly Semenov noted that "IT-industry is not just a dictate of the time. This is one of the chances to participate in the export of products, and the remoteness of Yakutia here does not matter. Especially we need to understand that with the introduction of sanctions we must develop our own, Russian software. "