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The investment strategy of the Jewish Autonomous Region was adopted up to 2025 year

Today, at the meeting of the government of the Jewish Autonomous Region, the Investment Strategy of the Jewish Autonomous Region for the period up to 2025 was approved. This strategy will be part of the overall strategy for socio-economic development of the EAO for the period up to 2025, planned for adoption in 2015.

The development of the document was carried out in accordance with the requirements of the Standard for the Activities of the Executive Bodies of the Subject of the Russian Federation on Ensuring a Favorable Investment Climate in the Region. Responsible executive of the Strategy is the management of the economy of the regional government, however, as the region's governor Alexander Vinnikov notes, this decision of investment will be handled by all government bodies, as well as local government. And it is the volume of attracted investments in the economy of the region that will be the main criterion for the effectiveness of their activities.

The Strategy is a planned document that defines the goals, objectives and expected results of the creation and development of the investment climate in the region. The document assesses the strategically significant qualitative and quantitative characteristics of the region's economy, determines the investment priorities and competitive advantages of the region.

The main tasks in accordance with the adopted strategy are: creation of TORs, financial and infrastructural support of investment activities, removal of administrative barriers in conducting business, facilitation of human resources development, support of small and medium-sized businesses, image events.

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