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Roman Kopin: The President showed the mechanisms for overcoming the crisis

The governor of the Chukotka Autonomous District, Roman Kopin, shared his opinion with EastRussia on the annual Address of the President of the Russian Federation to the Federal Assembly.

"In today's message, the President of the Russian Federation has clearly shown the mechanisms by which it is possible to overcome the crisis. This is de-orphanization of the economy, new opportunities for business development, tax holidays for the crisis period. But the tasks are set for the next 3-4 year: the increase in the growth rates of the housekeeper is higher than the world average, "Roman Kopin said.

According to the head of the Chukotka Autonomous District, the Far East also has a role to play in this regard, namely, "creating points of economic growth in the region: these are areas of advanced development (TOR), as well as the proposal of the head of state to capitalize the Far Eastern Development Fund," explained Governor.

Roman Kopin is sure that there is a growth point in Chukotka. "All of them are connected with the development of the region's mineral base, and we do not want to depend on the market's conjuncture. Today, for example, gold is in demand on the market, and tomorrow it sank. Therefore, we are trying to diversify this market, - said the head of the Chukotka Autonomous District. - We have projects in this direction. And the proximity of the region to the Asia-Pacific markets should make our projects competitive and attractive for investors, "he concluded.

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