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The business community of the Primorsky Territory supported the draft law on the TOP - the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East

The business community of Primorsky Krai supported the draft law on TOR and called for its early adoption by the Federal Assembly. This decision was made following the meeting with representatives of the business community, public organizations and experts, which was held in the Primorsky Krai administration.

According to the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, the meeting “discussed the implementation of the provisions of the bill on territories of advanced socio-economic development,” which was approved at a meeting of the Government of the Russian Federation on October 9, 2014. The first vice-governor of the Primorsky Territory Alexander Kostenko, deputy directors of the departments of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East Grigory Smolyak and Albert Rakipov made explanations and answered questions.

Businessmen were interested in the issues of increasing competition, including for limited human resources, aspects of territorial management, the role and place of small and medium-sized businesses in this process. In particular, Aleksey Erokhin, head of the Far Eastern branch of Ernst & Young LLC, noted that “this bill opens up a good perspective for the development of the Primorye economy. The form of communication with the business community on this issue has been chosen correctly, it must be continued in other Far Eastern territories. "

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