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In Minvostokrazvitiya discussed investment projects in the Magadan region

Minister of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East Alexander Galushka held a working meeting with the Governor of the Magadan Region, Vladimir Pecheny. The meeting was also attended by representatives of the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Energy and the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia - the press service of the Ministry of Economic Development,

During the meeting, the implementation of the investment project "Construction of a mining and metallurgical complex based on the Pavlik, Pavlik-2" and "Rodionovskoye" gold deposits was discussed. In particular, they talked about the support of the federal center in the creation of a number of infrastructure facilities, including energy.

This investment project was announced by the Magadan Region to the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East for selection in order to receive support later. The investor plans to invest 80,48 billion rubles, of which 16,5 billion rubles are already made investments. The need for state support is 10,54 billion rubles. Thanks to the implementation of the project, more than 2 thousand jobs are being created in the region; tax revenues in the amount of 2025 billion rubles are expected in the period up to 22,29.

As a result of the selection procedure, which was conducted according to the established government methodology, this investment project received a high rating. However, due to the fact that the investment project is not yet ready for the design estimates for the necessary infrastructure facilities, it has not yet been submitted to the government Subcommission on the implementation of investment projects in the Far East. At a meeting with Alexander Galushka and Vladimir Pechenogo, the decision was made to speed up the process of finalizing the project. In particular, the Minister assured the Governor of the Magadan Region of maximum assistance from the Ministry and readiness to work out disputable issues with other relevant departments.

Also at the meeting was discussed the issue of creating in the Magadan Region a TOP "Omsukchansky coal cluster", an anchor resident of which is the "Eastern mining company". This cluster is a unique model in which the regime of the territory of advanced development can be applied to a whole group of deposits. As a result of cooperation between business and the state, it is planned to create more than 1 thousand new jobs. The project requires about 2,7 billion rubles of budgetary investments, which only at the first stage will attract 22,2 billion rubles of private capital. Expected tax receipts in the period 2015 - 2025. amount to 13,48 billion rubles.

Recall, the main criterion for Minvostokrazvitiya and the subjects of the Federation in the selection of sites for TOP is the availability of confirmed demand for investors to implement projects in this territory, as well as the degree of thoroughness of issues of infrastructure. Minister Alexander Galushka noted the successes of the Magadan Region in the preparation of the TOP "Omsukchan coal cluster", the parties agreed to accelerate the process of preparing this TOR for submission to the Government Sub-Commission.

The issue of granting tax privileges for organizations participating in the special economic zone in the Magadan region was also discussed. Recall, 23 December, Vladimir Putin signed the Federal Law, extending the life of the SEZ for 10 years. At the same time, this decision required additional elaboration of mechanisms for granting privileges on land tax and corporate property tax. The parties agreed to work together on this issue and to speed up as much as possible the coordination and adoption of the relevant draft law.

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