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Law on TOR will allow Primorye to get a new impetus for development - Miklushevsky
Vladimir Miklushevsky, the Governor of Primorsky, believes that the speedy adoption of a package of draft laws aimed at creating advanced development territories in Russia will allow his region to receive a new development impulse, especially since five TORs are planned to be placed in the subject, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports.
- Of the 14 TOP from the list, five are located on the territory of Primorye. In the very near future, the Government: the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East and the Deputy Prime Minister - Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev will make the final choice. We have to discuss in what order to finance them. It is clear that the money in the federal budget will not be enough for everything, so it will be necessary to highlight priorities. I have a positive attitude to the idea of TOP. I believe that this is absolutely the right direction of movement.
The governor stressed that representatives of the Primorsky small and medium-sized businesses, who recently raised a wave of discontent about the TOP, do not have to worry.
“The possible fears that we can hear today, I think, are in vain. I mean small business attitude. For example, the Neftekhimichesky ASEZ is being done just for small and medium-sized businesses. There will be a core in the form of a VNHK plant. But small and medium-sized enterprises will be formed around it, which will make consumer goods from polypropylene, plastic furniture, and auto parts. Therefore, the excitement is in vain. And no one says that when we are engaged in TOP, we will not support small and medium-sized businesses. Of course, we will, and in large volumes, - the head of the region assured.
As for the law on TOR itself, which the State Duma unanimously supported in the first reading, then, according to the governor, representatives of all subjects of the FEFD expect the law to be adopted as soon as possible.