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Russia will be more careful in attracting foreign investors - Dmitry Rogozin

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin told reporters in the framework of the IV International Technological Development Forum "Technoprom-2016" in Novosibirsk that Russia will be more careful in attracting investors with foreign capital

Russia will be more careful in attracting foreign investors - Dmitry Rogozin
“Where we are talking about a serious investor who is ready to work with Russia, even despite the sanctions, we need to localize production, place it on our territory,” he said.

The Deputy Prime Minister noted that when implementing such investment projects with foreign capital, production can begin with the release of components, and then be completely localized in the territory of the Russian Federation.

“We need such investors,” he said, without specifying whether foreign companies showed interest in implementing projects on such terms.

At the same time, D. Rogozin noted that there will be no more investors in the Russian Federation, who believe that in the Russian Federation there is “a courtyard and you can sell anything.” “This will not happen again!” - said the Deputy Prime Minister.

Speaking at a meeting of the State Commission for the Development of the Arctic, held in the framework of the IV international technological development forum Technoprom in Novosibirsk, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said that lower prices for oil and gas enable Russia to actively engage in shipbuilding reduce dependence on imports in this area.

“Due to low prices for oil and gas, the development of the Arctic shelf has slowed around the world. Almost all global companies freeze projects on the shelf. For us, this opportunistic delay plays into the hands, because we have fallen short of the development of the largest shipbuilding cluster in the Far East, ”said Dmitry Rogozin.

However, according to him, now the work on the creation of this cluster is “going to full height”, and by the end of 2016, the construction of ships and other marine equipment for the development of the Arctic shelf will begin there. He clarified that this is about the Zvezda plant specializing in the repair of submarines, the press center of the IV international forum of technological development Technoprom-2016 reported.

“It will be the most modern and largest plant. Now the main task is to supply a wide-leaf metal there, so as not to buy anything abroad, ”the Deputy Prime Minister emphasized. The expected result of this project is a reduction in dependence on foreign equipment, as well as the practical implementation of an import substitution program. ” Dmitry Rogozin added that the design of a number of ships initially laid the use of imported equipment, now provides for the use of competitive domestic.

Also, the Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation urged to be more actively engaged in the development and implementation of renewable energy sources in the conditions of the Far North. Rogozin noted that within the framework of the northern supply, annually in areas of autonomous power supply is imported 6:8 million tons of fuels and lubricants and to 20:25 million tons of coal. At the same time, the use of such fuel adversely affects the environment, and the price of fuel used in the Arctic region increases two to three times.

“One of the ways to reduce the cost of fuel delivery to remote areas of the Arctic zone and energy security is the use of renewable energy resources,” said the Deputy Chairman of the Government of Russia.

According to him, autonomous power supply is of particular importance, since a significant number of energy consumers are located outside settlements - the indigenous people of the North, tourists, geologists, fishermen, and hunters. “The presence of such consumers makes the development of light and compact energy storage devices very relevant,” said Dmitry Rogozin.