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New TOP will appear in the Irkutsk region

New TOP will appear in the Irkutsk region
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The Ministry of Economic Development approved the idea of ​​creating a territory of rapid development (TOR) in Tulun. This information was confirmed to the authorities of the Irkutsk region by Deputy Prime Minister Vitaliy Mutko.

According to the press service of the regional government, six framework agreements of intent have already been concluded with potential residents of the ASEZ. Preliminary agreements were also reached with entrepreneurs on the implementation of a number of projects. The TOP plans to create a factory for the production of test strips for measuring glucose in the blood, to build a mill complex for grain processing, to place the production of chopsticks, to create a transport and logistics complex for the construction of a mining and processing complex on the basis of the Zashikhinsky rare-metal deposit.

Also, three small enterprises are planning to go to the TOP, which want to do tire fitting, processing wild plants there, and they also intend to open a beauty salon there. Entrepreneurs are now completing the preparation of documents for obtaining loans at the Monotown Development Fund.

Now there are three ASEZs in the Angara region in the single-industry towns of Usolye-Sibirskoye, Sayansk and Cheremkhovo. They registered 20 residents, as of November 1 November 2019 they created 610 new jobs, the total investment amounted to 434 million rubles.

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