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More than 5,6 billion budget funds will be channeled to the new SEZ of Primorye

On September 17, the head of the Primorsky Territory, Vladimir Miklushevsky, signed an agreement with the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation on the creation of a special economic zone of industrial and production type on the basis of the Sollers plant, the press service of the head of the region reports.

Vladimir Miklushevsky reported this during a meeting with President Vladimir Putin during a meeting with senior officials of the subjects of the Russian Federation elected on a single day of voting.

“The task of a special economic zone can hardly be overestimated. We are gradually moving from large-assembly production, from SKD to full-assembly. We are talking about the creation of auto components and, most importantly, the creation of engine production, which brings high technologies to the region. In fact, this will allow creating propulsion production in Russia and getting away from dependence on imports, ”noted Vladimir Miklushevsky.

Vladimir Putin stressed that the Sollers plant has already made a decision to subsidize the transportation of cars that are produced in the Far East to the European part of the country.

On August 18, by the decision of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Medvedev, a special economic zone of industrial production type was created in Vladivostok. The anchor investors of the SEZ are the Russian-Japanese company Mazda Sollers Manufacturing Rus LLC and the transport company Pacific Logistics LLC.

Key projects: increase of Mazda and SsangYong car factory capacities to 100 thousand cars per year and specialized terminal to 250 thousand containers per year, as well as placement of auto components in the SEZ.

More than 5,6 billion rubles of budget funds, including 5,3 billion from the federal budget, will be allocated to create the infrastructure of the SEZ. The SEZ regime will allow attracting more than 12 billion rubles of private investment, creating more than 2 thousands of new high-performance jobs.

The SEZ infrastructure and new productions will be created already in 2016.

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