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In Southern Yakutia, work begins on the creation of industrial parks

According to the press service of the South Yakutia Development Corporation, within the framework of the First Neryungri Business Forum at a meeting of the Investment Policy Council under the President of the Sakha Republic, Mikhail Brok, General Director of the South Yakutia Development Corporation, made a presentation on the formation of industrial parks in South Yakutia as an effective tool economic growth and implementation of the investment strategy of the republic.

The proposals of the South Yakutia Development Corporation were supported by members of the Council and the President of the Republic. The Corporation will be assigned the functions of an authorized organization for the creation and management of industrial parks in the region.

At the meeting of the Council, the First Deputy Prime Minister of Yakutia, Gennady Vadyuhin and Mikhail Brooke, signed a tripartite cooperation agreement between the Government of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia), the Southern Yakutia Development Corporation and the Federal Center for Project Finance (Vnesheconombank’s subsidiary) to create industrial parks in the republic. Earlier, this agreement was signed by the general director of JSC FCPF Alexander Bazhenov. The agreement will allow Vnesheconombank's resources, including financial, to be attracted to the creation of industrial parks.

“In the conditions of natural fluctuations of the world conjuncture on the traditional raw materials for us, its effective diversification, including the development of new industries by supporting small and medium businesses, is an effective way to ensure stabilization and further growth of the regional economy. To solve this problem in a relatively short time, you can effectively use industrial parks. For the formation of industrial parks in South Yakutia, there are a number of promising business ideas, there are vacant territories and infrastructure, ”the CEO of South Yakutia Development Corporation OJSC commented on the event.

According to Mikhail Brooke, if many organizations continue to deal with this, then no one will ultimately deal with it. “That's exactly what's happening now. Therefore, many business ideas and proposals remain on paper. And now the Government of Yakutia is nominating a specific business entity - the Southern Yakutia Development Corporation - as an authorized company. The effectiveness of this approach determines the following: The corporation will not only prepare the concept and projects of industrial parks, but will also be their management company. Thus, the concepts and projects of industrial parks are not developed for the sake of a report, but for obtaining real results from subsequent economic activities. This approach has been tested in a number of Russian regions, for example, in the Kaluga region. ”

In addition, as a plus M. Bruk called the fact that today there is a regulatory framework for the creation and operation of industrial parks, and there is no need to seek and wait for the adoption of new laws and by-laws. At the same time, industrial parks can fit organically into special economic zones and territories of advanced development created in the Far East.

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