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They plan to create a new housing and communal services fund at the expense of the Russians

They plan to create a new housing and communal services fund at the expense of the Russians
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The Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) proposed to create an infrastructure fund for housing and communal services at the expense of 1% of payments from consumers of communal services. The new structure may appear by 2024.

As the RIA NewsWhile the possibility of creating such a fund is being discussed, the final decision has not been made. But thanks to such a fund, large cities could develop more efficiently.

At the same time, the department plans to expand the mechanism for the use of infrastructure bonds. Until 2024, private investment in this area should double compared to 2021. Investors, according to the developed mechanism, are guaranteed a return on investments in the infrastructure under bonds. The return period will be up to 15 years.

Also, by 2030, the FAS plans to increase the share of revenue of resource supplying organizations that would be used for capital investments. Now this share is 5%, and by 2030 it should grow to 30%.

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