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Yakutia takes the agro-industrial complex to the "manual control" regime

First Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic Petr Alekseev told Interfax about the transfer of the agro-industrial complex of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) to the "manual control" mode in 2015.

This decision is associated with an increase in bank rates on agricultural loans. If this decision is extended, existing loans should be revised due to high costs in the Far North for energy and raw materials delivery.

There are proposals to the federal center to compensate for a certain part of the cost of food delivery. Pyotr Alekseev also said that he would have special control over retail and wholesale chains, import substitution policies, as well as increasing the turnover of cooperation with such food and raw material suppliers like China and Manyya.

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