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Minvostokrazvitiya promises state orders to create an infrastructure of TORs to the maritime business

Government orders for the creation of the infrastructure of ASEZs in Primorye were promised to local small and medium-sized businesses by the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East. The ministry has already prepared appropriate amendments for the second reading of the bill. This was during the plenary discussion "Comfortable business climate. Actual recipes from entrepreneurs" said Adviser to the Minister of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East Andrei Demidov, reports the correspondent. RIA PrimaMedia.

The annual regional conference of entrepreneurs is held in the building of the Primorye administration today, 28 November. During the plenary discussion, the adviser of the Minister of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade noted that the participants of the event discussed a number of acute issues, including the creation of TORs in the Far East.

- It is very important that there will be a place for small and medium-sized businesses in the TOPs. The Ministry has already prepared amendments to the second reading of the bill, which provides for a quota for the construction of infrastructure for small and medium-sized businesses. Under the state order, the advantage will be given to those companies that are registered in the Far East.

Also, Andrey Demidov said that regardless of the TORs, the Ministry of Regional Development wants to support the coastal enterprises.

- Naturally, all this will be done within the law, so as not to violate the competition. But everything that can be done, we will do, "said the minister's adviser.

Earlier, the First Vice-Governor of Primorye, Alexander Kostenko, said that the conditions for setting up an enterprise within the territories of advanced development (TOP) in Primorsky Krai and the criteria for selecting residents should be made as open and understandable for local businesses. This will negate the fears of the business community about the consequences of creating new development sites in the province.

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