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The state council proposed to provide small business of the Far East with returnable financial resources under 6%
Yegor BorisovSpeaking yesterday at the State Council on the Development of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses on behalf of the Far Eastern heads of regions, he proposed simplify access to financial resources in the Far Eastern Federal District, the official website of the President reports.
To do this, it is offered within three years, to provide small and medium businesses with returnable financial resources at an affordable interest rate - no more than 6 percent per year.
At the same time, the issue of developing a mechanism by which business would take on a certain share of responsibility for the funds taken is not bypassed. “Otherwise, today it turns out that the business is, as it were, by itself and the state by itself. And we would create a more or less unifying mechanism, because you can create a community of entrepreneurs who would take on a certain responsibility for the implementation of this program, ”Borisov said.
Another proposal was the development of the order of the interaction of Russian banks with a network of multifunctional centers to solve the problem of providing banks with loans to Far Eastern small enterprises. Such a measure seems to be necessary, because, for example, in Yakutia from 35 districts in the last three years in 13 districts there was not a single loan agreement, however multifunctional centers became active.
Another point that Borisov stopped at was the decree of the government of the Russian Federation dated September 30, 2014 No. 999 regarding the establishment of certain coefficients for the low population density of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation. With the entry into force of this resolution, subsidies from the federal budget began to be tied to the population indicator, which for the Far East means a significant decrease in the volume of support for small businesses in the regions. “For us it was a very important article, we pinned very high hopes on it, but today, unfortunately, according to this new methodology during 2015 for the Magadan region this aid has been reduced by 49 percent compared to last year, for the Kamchatka Territory - 35 percent, for Yakutia - 22 percent, ”explains Borisov.