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The list of priority investment projects has been added to the Amur region

The list of priority investment projects has been added to the Amur region
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The list of priority investment projects has been expanded in the Amur Region. The list included a logistics terminal and a dairy farm.

According to the press service of the government of the Amur Region, a modern transport and logistics terminal in Blagoveshchensk will be able to handle over 300 thousand tons of cargo. It is planned to be commissioned from 2023 to 2025. The Amur company "Dispatcher" is ready to invest about 417 million rubles in its implementation.

As the head of the region Vasily Orlov noted, improving logistics is one of the priority areas for the region's economy.

“The new logistics terminal in Blagoveshchensk will reduce the traffic load on the city center and reduce the cost of delivering goods to the Amur Region. More than 30 new jobs will be created here, and the volume of taxes to the budgets of different levels over 12 years will amount to about 787 million rubles. The necessary support will be provided to the project, ”he added.

A new dairy farm for 600 heads in the village of Kositsino will be able to supply up to 4,3 thousand tons of milk and 30 tons of meat to the domestic market annually. The local company Amurskiy Partizan is investing over 1,1 billion rubles in the project. After reaching full capacity in 2024, the enterprise will annually send up to six million rubles to the budget in taxes.

The investor is partially compensated for the cost of building facilities and the necessary equipment, as well as connecting to energy-heat-water supply networks. In addition, the company will receive the right to acquire ownership of agricultural land at a preferential cost, which will be 25% cheaper than the cadastral one.

The Minister of Economic Development and Foreign Relations of the region, Lyudmila Starkova, said that this year, at the regional level, measures to support investors of priority projects have been significantly expanded.

“In particular, we are ready to subsidize part of the costs and guarantee the invariability of tax and rental payments for seven years. To obtain these and other preferences, it is necessary to conclude an agreement on interaction with the regional government, and the cost of the project should be above 150 million rubles, ”she clarified.

The priority areas for the regional economy are agriculture, transport logistics, mining, tourism, housing construction, timber processing, production of building materials and medicines, as well as the oil and gas chemical industry.

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