The Far East opposes the introduction of investment quotas in Russia

Updated Nov 15, 2022
The heads of a number of Far Eastern territories stated that the adoption of a bill on investment quotas would jeopardize the work of regional fishing enterprises, which would eventually lead to a significant decrease in tax revenues to the budgets of the subjects.
So, the governor of the Magadan region, Sergey Nosov, said that due to sanctions and other unfavorable factors, the construction of fishing vessels worth 30 billion rubles is difficult, respectively, Magadan enterprises, not fulfilling the conditions of the first stage of investment quotas in full, risk being left without volumes. Experts predict a decrease in tax revenues by 600 million rubles. Neighboring Kamchatka also opposes legislative innovations, despite the fact that the region positively assesses the results of the first stage - seven out of eight plants have been built in the region within the framework of investment quotas, ships are being actively built. According to the head of the region, Vladimir Solodov, "immediately proceeding to the second stage is premature." In the Khabarovsk ...
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