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Vladivostok will become a special economic zone of the automotive industry

The Primorsky Krai Administration reports with reference to Interfax that the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade has prepared and submitted to the Government a draft resolution on the creation of an industrial and production special economic zone in Vladivostok as part of the execution of the President's instruction.

The SEZ will be concentrated on the basis of the automotive industry, said the Governor of Primorye Vladimir Miklushevsky: "The SEZ will be residents of manufacturers of automotive components, which will help to increase the level of localization of cars produced in Primorye, as well as to arrange export supplies of components."

The main partner will be the Russian-Japanese company Mazda Sollers Manufacturing Rus and Pacific Logistic LLC, and the territory for it has already been determined in the area of ​​the operating Sollers production facility. It is expected that the SEZ will increase the volume of car assembly in Primorye from 75 to 100 thousand cars per year, localize the production of components up to 30% and create 3,6 thousand new jobs.

The total cost of the project will be over 27 billion rubles, of which about 20,5 billion are private investments.

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