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Kamchatka introduces best investment practices
As part of the third seminar of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI) "Heading for Investment" for representatives of the Far Eastern Federal District on June 17, a public discussion took place on the results of the pilot stage of the National Rating of the Investment Climate in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation.
Marina Saturday, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Kamchatka Territory, noted at the event that “the work of the Kamchatka Territory to improve the investment climate was noted in list of best regional practices ASI. Kamchatka started implementing regional investment standard in 2012, and in order to complete the work, we only have to fulfill 3 points of the standard. Using the best practices collected by the Agency on these points, we will no doubt achieve our goal. Duplication of practices among regions, as well as discussion of current problems in the framework of such seminars allow us to quickly implement our plans, avoid typical mistakes and share our experience. "
head Representative offices of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives in the FEFD Olga Kurilova thanked the authorities of the Kamchatka Territory for their active work to improve the investment climate in the region:
“We are very grateful to the relevant ministries and departments of the Kamchatka Territory, which took an active part in the implementation of the investment standard and in the implementation of the roadmaps of the National Entrepreneurial Initiative. The Kamchatka Territory is one of those regions where this work is competently structured and is seriously initiated by the regional executive power. It is important for us to understand what is happening in your region, how entrepreneurs work. We strive to obtain the maximum possible feedback, information about what is happening in the business environment of the region, since. our main goal is to help the business community and assist in attracting investments into the economy of the region. "
Commenting on the results of the DFO regions in the pilot rating, it was noted that, unlike the central regions of Russia, the main problem zone in the Far East is the weak development of business infrastructure, in particular technology parks, business incubators and industrial parks. Another problem is the lack of professional staff, the complexity of their training, attracting and retaining highly qualified personnel in the region.