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Accounts Chamber: ASEZs in the Far East contribute to the outflow of money

Accounts Chamber: ASEZs in the Far East contribute to the outflow of money

The territories of priority development in the Far East so far contribute to the outflow of money from the regions, and not to the growth of the economy. As the auditors of the Accounts Chamber found out, due to the current TOP regime in 2017, the Far Eastern Federal District did not receive 1,5 billion rubles, in 2018 - 2,4 billion rubles.

As they say "Vedomosti"Having become acquainted with the department’s report, the TOR should also solve the social issues of the regions, but so far, due to the mechanism, the tax losses of single-industry towns are growing, and their population is declining. The auditors emphasized that it is necessary to give benefits on the basis of social and economic effects, to create new legislation for a single mechanism for the development of such territories.

In the report, the Accounts Chamber noted problems with the quality of management of individual zones, monitoring their work and assessing economic efficiency. Now Russia has 85 ASEZs, 26 special economic zones (SEZ), 61 industrial parks, 45 industrial clusters. For 12 years (from 2006 to 2018), the state spent 136 billion rubles on the creation and development of the SEZ alone. During this time, investors have invested almost 370 billion rubles, having fulfilled the plan by 95,5%, but most of the money fell on only four zones - Alabuga, Lipetsk, St. Petersburg and Moscow Technopolis.

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