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The Cabinet of Ministers expanded the boundaries of the TOP in Transbaikalia and Buryatia

The Cabinet of Ministers expanded the boundaries of the TOP in Transbaikalia and Buryatia
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The Cabinet of Ministers of Russia approved the expansion of the borders of the ASEZ "Transbaikalia" and "Buryatia". The priority development areas are designed to stimulate the development of priority sectors of the economy and attract investors to the regions.

Such regulations signed by the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin. In particular, the territories of the Uletovsky and Chita districts of the region were annexed to the TOP in Transbaikalia. The list of permitted activities will be expanded, and the cost of creating infrastructure for residents will increase by 1,3 billion rubles. This will help to implement regional projects in the field of health care, agriculture and industry.

The territory of priority development "Buryatia" will be expanded at the expense of separate sections of the Khorinsky and Zaigraevsky regions of the republic. A clinical hospital, a large pig farm and a water park will be opened here.

Governmental Commission approved the creation territories of advanced development (TOP) in Buryatia and Transbaikalia in March last year. In July of this year, in Buryatia and Transbaikalia, territories of advanced development "Selenginsk" and "Krasnokamensk", created on the basis of single-industry towns, planned to transform them into TORs with Far Eastern preferences.

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