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Far East shipyards can receive up to 10 million rubles
The Russian government intends to help bring the shipbuilding industry of the Far Eastern Federal District out of the crisis. For this, shipbuilders can be allocated a subsidy of up to 10 million rubles.
Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District, Yuri Trutnev, said it was necessary to develop support mechanisms so that shipyards received new orders. So, the option of allocating a targeted subsidy to each ship that will be built in the Far East is being considered. At the same time, shipbuilders must themselves prepare for placing orders and take responsibility.
Yuri Trutnev instructed the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia and the Ministry of East Development to analyze the state of the shipbuilding industry in the Far East. Including to assess the condition of the shipbuilding sites of the Far Eastern Federal District to fulfill orders for the construction of fishing vessels and crab fishers, the press service of the Ministry of Eastern Development and Trade reports.
Earlier, the Ministry of Industry and Trade proposed to allocate 8,6 billionfrom the budget for the Amur and Khabarovsk shipyards. The volume of necessary additional injections for the Amur shipyard in early June was estimated at 10,5 billion, the company's debt of this amount to USC amounted to 3,4 billion rubles. Recently, the Ministry of Industry and Transport of the Khabarovsk Territory proposed to the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia to increase funding by at least 8,6 billion rubles. Part of the recapitalization of the OSK plant promises translate this year. The All-Russian Association of Fishermen (WARPE) also asked the government to allocate 20 billion to modernize the shipyards of Primorsky and Khabarovsk territories.