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Former Dalspetsstroy to pay off debts to its employees by the end of this year - EastRussia | Far East

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Former Dalspetsstroy will pay off debts to its employees by the end of this year.

The total amount of wage arrears in the Khabarovsk Territory exceeds 340 million rubles. Almost 60% of this amount falls on three debtor companies - GVSU No. 6, Khabsudmash and Agroenergo. The first two companies are ready to pay off debts by the end of the year, but things are more complicated at the pig complex.

The guide of the assignee of Dalspetsstroy, GVSU No.6, at the meeting with the governor of the region guaranteed that it would pay to its employees by the end of the year. More 150 million rubles will be paid through the sale of property and financing receipts from debtors. According to the press service of the regional government, the head of PJSC Khabsudmash said that he would pay 13 million rubles in wage arrears at the end of November. By this time the money will come from the counterparties of the enterprise.

But it is not known whether they will pay off debts to Agroenergo employees. Employees need more than 36 million rubles, but the owners of the company do not take any measures to change the situation. The head of the region asked law enforcement officers to pay attention to the inaction of the owners of the pig complex. Now the experts of the Ministry of Agriculture are working on the program to restore this productionbecause former employees of Agroenergo are asking to keep it.