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Dmitry Medvedev: The Far East shows steady growth

At yesterday's report to the State Duma deputies, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev noted that despite such shocks as the severe flood of 2013, the macroregion is showing steady growth. In particular, industrial production increased by 5,5%, agriculture - by almost 19%, according to the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East.

He noted that the task is to do everything necessary to "meet the needs of the market and ultimately give those figures for economic growth that would suit us." And for this "we need to continue working to improve the business climate."

Another Far Eastern issue raised at the meeting was its gasification. According to Medvedev, the most difficult situation in this area and especially in the Primorye Territory has developed in the Far East, “because they have never done it there”. According to him, this problem is planned to be solved through the implementation of a number of field development projects scheduled for the 2018 year.
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