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Miklushevsky: TORs risk repeating the unsuccessful experience of special economic zones

The Governor of Primorye, Vladimir Miklushevsky, is in favor of amending the law on territories of advanced development.

According to the head of Primorye, the law needs to be amended to regulate the participation of regional authorities in the creation of TORs. “Otherwise, we risk repeating the worst experience of special economic zones,” the governor adds.

Thus, the management of special economic zones was carried out from the capital through the SEZ JSC. The result of this was that at the moment, according to the head of the region, only two SEZs in Tatarstan and the Kaluga region actually work. At the same time, the latter are just controlled by companies that are created by regional authorities.

The opinion was voiced in an exclusive interview with Interfax-Far East agency.

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