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Ministry of Eastern Development and the Federal Antimonopoly Service agreed on cooperation in the development of the investment climate in the DFO
6 January signed an agreement on cooperation between the Ministry of the Russian Federation for the development of the Far East and the Federal Antimonopoly Service. On the part of the Ministry, the document was signed by Oleg Skufinsky, Deputy Minister for Development of the Far East, on the part of the FAS - Alexander Kinev, Deputy Head of the Federal Antimonopoly Service.
The agreement is aimed at the organization of effective cooperation between the parties as part of the implementation of measures aimed at protecting competition in the Far Eastern Federal District. The signed document provides for the development of an interdepartmental plan for the activities of the authorities, including the holding of joint working meetings, seminars and consultations to address the development of the regional economy.
As Oleg Skufinsky stressed at the meeting, the result of the synergy of the Ministry responsible for the development of competition in the Far East and the FAS, which possesses methodological and control instruments in the field of competition, will be the full development of the investment climate in the region. He also noted that this agreement is a continuation of the already begun fruitful cooperation with the anti-monopoly department and the regions. Thus, in the Khabarovsk Territory, a pilot project has already begun to implement the Competition Standard. Similar work is being done in other regions of the Far Eastern Federal District. "We expect serious results from such interaction at all levels of government and business this year."- said the Deputy Minister for Development of the Far East.
Alexander Kinev, in turn, expressed the hope that the signed agreement and subsequent joint work would contribute to maintaining entrepreneurship in difficult economic conditions, protecting and developing competition in the region, as well as increasing the efficiency of implementing federal targeted programs. “The Far East is a strategically important region to which we pay special attention”- said the Deputy Head of the Federal Antimonopoly Service.