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TOP in Komsomolsk-on-Amur can attract aircraft and machine tool builders

TOP in Komsomolsk-on-Amur can attract companies working in the field of machine tool building and aviation. This was reported by the Kommersant newspaper, citing sources familiar with the closed meeting held last week in Khabarovsk by Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Trutnev.

“The MTE group has shown interest in the development of production in the TOP, in 2012 it created on a parity basis with the Czech Kovosvit MAS as the company“ MTE Kovosvit MAS ”- a joint machine-tool enterprise,” the newspaper writes. At the same time, a potential investor was asked about his readiness "to introduce the Fund for the Development of the Far East and the Baikal Region into the capital of his structure in the TOP." In addition, "the organization of production of parts for the interiors of the SSJ-100 and the return of aircraft painting to Komsomolsk-on-Amur are still considered promising for the TOP."

The publication recalls that at the beginning of October, in the presentation of the Minister of Economic Development of the Khabarovsk Territory Viktor Kalashnikov, it was noted that the first stage of the TOP ("Parus") involves the establishment of enterprises for machining and the production of components in the area of ​​700 ha. Total investment in the TOP Ministry estimated at 14,9 billion rubles, infrastructure costs - in 5,5 billion rubles, the number of new jobs - in 2 thousand people. Further expansion of the TOR will achieve 2,2 billion rubles. tax revenues per year and the creation of 3,8 thousand jobs.

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