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Investments in the Tyumen region

In the Tyumen region, an unprecedented measure of support for residents of industrial parks is available.

In the Tyumen region, an unprecedented measure of support for residents of industrial parks is available.
22 December 2017
For residents of the Tyumen industrial parks, the Tyumen region Investment Agency will issue loans at 0% per annum. This was announced by Governor Vladimir Yakushev at a press conference on the results of 2017 and plans for 2018.

"This is an unprecedented decision in the Russian Federation," he stressed, "but nevertheless, we are on it." There is a debatable question: can we have a zero rate, or should there be some price for borrowed money from our and if the zero rate is still impossible, it will still be minimal - 0.01%, let's say. "

Vladimir Yakushev noted that the investment policy implemented in the region is not just a set of business support measures that can change every year. "One of the main criteria of our investment policy is the long-term business support measures, their transparency, flexibility and complex nature," he explained. "We are trying to ensure that the set of business support measures, currently being implemented in the Tyumen region, meets all these requirements. "

The further industrial development of the Tyumen region, as the governor has repeatedly said, is largely connected with the creation of industrial parks and economic zones. In 2016, three of them were openly opened: in Tyumen (industrial-logistic park DSK-500), as well as industrial parks in Borovski and Bogandinsky villages in Tyumen region.

Residents of such sites land for rent at a price of 100 to 300 rubles per month per hectare. All networks and roads are free of charge, and regional tax incentives are provided automatically under a separately enacted law. Plus, financial support tools are connected. These conditions have already attracted resident companies to the sites of industrial parks, some of them are already conducting construction work.

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