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The Russian government discussed a number of issues on special tax regimes and the preparation of the Far East for the winter and the introduction of special tax regimes in the TOP
The meeting of the Government of the Russian Federation discussed issues related to ensuring the readiness of the Far Eastern regions for the passage of the next heating season, as well as the introduction of new tax policy instruments. The meeting was attended by the Minister of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East Alexander Galushka.
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev stressed that the regional authorities "are quite capable of ensuring a higher level of preparedness for the 2014-2015 season." He advised to pay special attention to preparations for winter in the Far East, taking into account the need to complete the work to eliminate the consequences of the large-scale flood of 2013.
In addition, he pointed out that next season the situation should not recur when coal in a number of Far Eastern regions was delivered intermittently due to the late conclusion of contracts.
The second important issue of the meeting of the Government of the Russian Federation was the discussion of the main directions of the tax and customs tariff policy for 2015-2017 years. According to Dmitry Medvedev, special tax regimes will be launched in the Far East in the framework of advanced development areas (TOP), which should help in attracting investment.
Now TOR is planned to be tied to major cities. For the first stage, 23 was selected as a promising platform, where preferences for business development will operate. The corresponding draft law on the TOR of the Ministry of Eastern and Eastern Development has already submitted to the Government of the Russian Federation.