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The Ministry of Eastern Development wants to expand the action of the “quota for keel” mechanism

The Ministry of Eastern Development wants to expand the action of the “quota for keel” mechanism
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The Ministry of Eastern Development and Development wants to increase the share of the investment quota for catching aquatic biological resources for medium-tonnage and small-tonnage vessels as objects of investment. The Ministry has already prepared a draft government decree on this.

The department proposes to take measures to redistribute the unclaimed volume of the share of the investment quota and to attract investments to the Far East. According to the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Far East, investors have low demand for the construction of fishing fleet vessels using the quota for keel mechanism. The Ministry proposes to stimulate the construction of small and medium tonnage vessels by increasing the unclaimed share of investment quotas.

The Office proposes to increase the share of investment quotas for biological resources, for the development of which fishing vessels are not being built using the “quota for keel” mechanism. According to preliminary calculations, this will allow the construction of two medium tonnage and one small tonnage vessel, or seven small tonnage vessels. The volume of investments will be about 1,4 billion rubles.

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