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In Primorye, 12 territories can become priority development zones.

The new project of development management of the Far East will be presented to the government of February 5. As the Minister for the Development of the Far East, Alexander Galushka, said, the Primorye authorities made proposals for 12 territories, which will be used to create zones of priority economic development. A special commission on the development of the Far East will soon conduct an audit of these zones. 

The Ministry will have to determine which territories of the FEFD will be classified as such before 5 June, and prepare amendments to the legislation on setting tax holidays for these territories, simplifying the procedure for obtaining building permits, connecting to power grids and passing customs procedures by 4 August.

When placing new production in such areas, priority will be given to industrial enterprises for the production of building materials, working in the field of shipbuilding and ship repair, as well as agriculture. According to the Minister, the territories of advanced socio-economic development in the Far East will allow the region to increase its competitiveness with respect to its neighbors in the Asia-Pacific region. 

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