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In the Far East selected 18 investment projects and 14 sites for TOP - Galushka

The head of Minsk region Alexander Galushka made a report at a meeting on state support of priority investment projects and territories for advanced development in the Far East under the leadership of Vladimir Putin.

The minister said that investment projects that could be implemented in the Far East were carefully analyzed. These projects can give the region 2,5 a trillion of private investments, create 40 thousand new jobs, within 10 years to provide 675 billion rubles in taxes. For their practical implementation, they within 10 years require 216 billion rubles, the Kremlin's press service reports with reference to Alexander Galushka.

In total, more than 380 investment projects were reviewed. The basic conditions for their consideration were that there is a real investor, the project is ready and developed. Among the criteria by which the department was guided by their final selection was the ratio of public and private investments, an increase in the gross regional product and the ratio of future fiscal payments to budgetary investments. Thus, only 18 projects were selected. Each of them has certain infrastructure problems, the removal of which will bring the Far East 2,5 trillion rubles of private investment.

In addition, a detailed field audit of the territories of the Far East was carried out to create advanced development areas (TOR). The 14 of the most promising sites was selected, where the corresponding territories of priority development can be created. This priority is expected to receive over the next 10 years 600 billions of rubles in investment and the creation of more than 35 thousands of new jobs. In order for these sites to be made a product ready to be made available to investors, 88,8 requires a billion rubles over 10 years to equip and prepare them.

Summing up, Alexander Galushka noted that as a result of the implementation of investment projects and the creation of priority development areas within 10 years, the gross regional product in the Far East is expected to increase by 2,8 trillion rubles - this is a doubling of the GRP for the Far East, - the creation of 76 thousand new workers places in aggregate in priority development areas and investment projects and attracting more than 3 trillion rubles of private investment.

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