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Investors are waiting for the adoption of the bill on TOP - Galushka
Within the framework of the meeting on the development of the Far East, under the leadership of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev, the head of the Ministry of Eastern and Eastern Development Alexander Galushka made a report, the press service of the Ministry reports.
Galushka said that, in addition to large-scale legislative work, marketing research was carried out in terms of creating priority development areas. The Minister noted that the heads of the largest Japanese companies Sumitomo, Kawasaki, Sojitz, Marubeni, Hitachi, Mitsubishi, Mitsuei personally expressed interest in the projects of priority development areas in the Far East. The same applies to the heads of the largest South Korean companies: Samsung, Lotte, LG, Daewoo have also repeatedly confirmed their interest in projects to create priority development territories and localize their production in these territories.
“The most important thing that investors are waiting for today is the adoption of the bill and the creation of the territories of advanced development themselves. From the point of view of the draft law ... It went through a process of painstaking coordination with ministries and departments, as a result, it retained its main content, these are two main ideas: first, deregulation; the second is tax incentives ”- commented Alexander Galushka.
In terms of deregulation, the bill reflects ten positions, including reducing the time for inspections, implementing the “one window” principle for investors, reducing the time for conducting state environmental impact assessment, simplifying the withdrawal of land, creating a free customs zone, setting preferential rental rates, etc.
In addition, it is proposed to introduce six tax incentives into the Tax Code - tax holidays, preferential rates of insurance premiums, etc.