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Oleg Kozhemyako: TOR - a real and effective tool for development
The Governor of the Amur Region, Oleg Kozhemyako, said in an interview with EastRussia.ru that "for the Far East, after many years of waiting, the TOR law will become a real effective tool that will allow the Far East to rapidly develop their territories and expand various business areas."
According to the head of the Amur Region, “this is a long-awaited law that we have all been looking forward to for many years. The question of the need to submit it to the State Duma has been raised repeatedly. Under the leadership of Yuri Petrovich Trutnev, a lot of preliminary work was done in a short time. The result was achieved thanks to his perseverance, ability, conviction in the correctness of the case. The head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, Alexander Galushka, also expressed understanding. Finally, this question from the field of theory turns into a practical plane. "
According to Oleg Kozhemyaki, the adoption of the law will provide new opportunities: reducing the tax burden and administrative barriers for developing territories, reducing infrastructure costs, and providing comprehensive assistance from the Ministry of Eastern and Eastern Development. In the Amur region, two projects will first push development: the construction of a modern seed plant in the village of Yekaterinoslavka and the project of the agrarian direction in Belogorsk.
“But this is just the beginning,” said the governor of the Amur Region to EastRussia.ru. - We have promising projects, a rich natural resource base, we have investors. The new law will allow investors to assess their risks and opportunities themselves. The state will provide them with unique opportunities for this, new conditions for business development. This means that, in general, it will give an additional impetus to the development of the Far Eastern territories; will become one of the necessary drivers for the region today, a point of growth ”.