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Primorye will make the IT-center of the Far East

Deputy Minister of Communications and Mass Media of Russia Mark Shmulevich met in Vladivostok with representatives of the IT sector. According to him, "from January 14 of this year, small and medium IT companies can pay 30% of insurance premiums instead of XNUMX%."

"We see a huge interest in such innovation - there is mandatory accreditation of such enterprises, the number of applications has increased," he said.

Aleksey Shchurov, Director of the Informatization Department of Primorsky Krai, emphasized that “people, as a rule, do not only go for good wages — they also go for interesting projects. The more such projects will be in Primorsky Krai, the more specialists will stay here to implement them. ”

According to Rosstat, in Primorye, about two and a half thousand people work in the IT industry. They are employed in 45 companies of large and medium-sized businesses and 346 small business companies. In addition, two seaside companies have gained international fame. This is RONDA Limited, which cooperates, including with Motorola, and DNS, which assembles computer equipment and has branches in several regions of Russia.

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