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12 companies apply for state support while working in the Arctic

12 companies apply for state support while working in the Arctic
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The Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East has completed accepting applications from investors who intend to work in the Arctic and are counting on infrastructure support from the state. Applications were submitted by 12 companies, the total investment on their projects exceeds 232 billion rubles.

Investors plan to create more than 3,5 thousand jobs in the Arctic zone. According to the press service of the ministry, the decision on state support for the projects will be made by the Presidium of the State Commission for Arctic Development.

Companies will be able to receive a subsidy of up to 20% of private investments for the creation of facilities providing infrastructure. The main criteria for selecting projects: project implementation in the Arctic zone, creation of new jobs, budgetary efficiency. The total investment in the project is also taken into account - at least 300 million rubles.

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