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Three-year moratorium on changing investment conditions contributes to the development of the Far East - Galushka

Alexander Galushka considers a number of theses, which were announced during his speech by Russian President Vladimir Putin at the "Action Forum" of the All-Russian Popular Front, which took place in Moscow on November 17-18, to be extremely important for the development of the Far East, the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East reported.
“A very important thing today was voiced with respect to a three-year moratorium on any changes that could worsen the investment climate, conditions for doing business. In addition, if we talk about the Far East in a very correct business way, the question was raised about attracting qualified personnel in cases where we lack those or other qualified personnel to implement development projects, ”said the Minister.
Within the framework of the forum, the head of the Ministry of Eastern and Eastern Development took part in a number of discussion platforms, and also spoke with members of the movement representing the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District.

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