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The law on TORs will help improve the quality of life in the region - Brusnikin

Yesterday the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation in the first reading adopted the draft law "On the territories of advanced social and economic development in the Russian Federation."

As the First Deputy Prime Minister of the Khabarovsk Krai Government for investment, territorial and industrial policy Nikolay Brusnikin stated, the adoption of this law will contribute to improving the quality of life of citizens and the growth of demography in the region.

“The main task of the law is to consolidate the population in the Far East. Over the next ten years, the population is expected to increase by several hundred thousand people. This means that all innovations related to the introduction of a special tax regime for TASED residents will be aimed at improving the quality of life of the population, including the construction and cheapening of housing, creating mechanisms for attracting young people, and supporting young families, "Nikolai Brusnikin said during the Third Regional Conference entrepreneurs.

Recall that the approved bill defines the legal regime of TOSEDR, measures of state support of enterprises in such territories, and also regulates relations connected with the implementation of activities on them. TOSEDs will be created on the territory of one or several municipal entities within the same subject of Russia by decision of the Government of the Russian Federation.

“There is work ahead to finalize and improve the law. But the fact that it is aimed specifically at the development of the Far East is already very important. Following the law, about 30 more by-laws will be created, which will reflect the principles of TASED management, sources of financing for social infrastructure and other issues, ”said Nikolai Brusnikin.

As previously reported, today in the Khabarovsk Territory three promising sites for the implementation of the PSEDA project have been identified: in the city of Komsomolsk-on-Amur, with. Rakitnoe of the Khabarovsk region and on the territory of Vanino - the Soviet-Gavan transport and industrial hub.

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