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Investments in the fishing industry cluster of Primorye from the state do not come - Miklushevsky

The head of Primorsky Krai, Vladimir Miklushevsky, speaking at 17 September, during a meeting with senior officials of the subjects of the Russian Federation elected on a single voting day, asked the President to pay attention to the fact that the Government decided to create a fishing cluster in Primorye about a year ago partnership, but investments from the state have not yet come, according to the materials of the Kremlin.

In addition, the governor came up with an initiative to introduce protective duties on fish exports. Miklushevsky noted that Primorye faces a serious task, set by the Government, - to process fish on its shore, and not export it raw.

“I sent a proposal to the Government on the introduction of protective duties on the export of fish in order to support the domestic consumer and at the same time process more fish on the Russian coast. Now duties are about 5 percent, "- said the head of the Primorsky Territory.

President Vladimir Putin, noted that the idea of ​​introducing protective duties on the export of fish would be ordered to consider the Government of Russia.

“Export duties cannot be done on a one-off basis, first you need to have processing facilities onshore. We need to work with the Government on what pace to introduce, how much to invest, on what conditions, so that there is additional fish processing. We will work in this direction for sure, ”the President replied.

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