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In the creation of a special economic zone in Primorye will be invested 20,6 billion rubles of private investment

Dmitry Kozak, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, approved a project to create a special economic zone based on the Sollers car assembly plant in Primorye. Within the framework of a meeting in Moscow with the participation of Deputy Prime Minister and Deputy Governor of Primorsky Krai Vasily Usoltsev, the amount of expected private and regional investments was also announced - almost 21 billion rubles, of which 20,6 billion will be private investments of the Russian-Japanese company Mazda Sollers Manufacturing Rus "(15,8 billion), Pacific Logistic (3,7 billion) and auto component manufacturers from Japan and the Republic of Korea (1,1 billion), as well as 300 million rubles from the budget of the Primorsky Territory. The volume of federal investments is currently being specified.

Residents of the new special economic zone will be manufacturers of automotive components, which will help to increase the level of localization of cars produced in Primorye and to arrange export supplies of components, the press service of the Krai administration quotes Governor Vladimir Miklushevsky as saying.

The project of creating a special economic zone in Vladivostok was developed by the Ministry of Economic Development in accordance with the April instruction of Vladimir Putin and submitted to the Government of the Russian Federation in May.

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