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On preferential crediting at creation of a factory on processing of a soya the authorities of the Amur region count

On preferential crediting of the project for the construction of the largest in Russia plant for processing soybeans count the authorities of the Amur region

On preferential crediting at creation of a factory on processing of a soya the authorities of the Amur region count
"We have prepared all the documents, and now this issue is in the Ministry of Agriculture at the control and in Minskostokrazvitiya", - said the Governor of the region Alexander Kozlov at a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

According to him, it is a question of attracting funds for the implementation of this project under 3% per annum. “We have made all appeals, we will bring this project,” said the head of the region.

Earlier, this and other projects in the field of agriculture A. Kozlov discussed with the head of the Ministry of Agriculture Alexander Tkachev, who, as the press service of the department reported, “promised to carefully consider the submitted projects”, which are priority areas for agricultural development.

As explained to Interfax in the Ministry of Agriculture, when implementing such projects, the rate on loans from the federal budget is subsidized by two-thirds of the Central Bank's key rate.

As it was reported, the project to create the Amursk oil extraction plant is being implemented within the framework of the Belogorsk Advanced Development Area (PDA). It is expected to be commissioned by the end of 2016. Processing capacity will amount to 240 ths. Tons per year, investments are estimated at 1,1 billion rubles.

The new plant will become Russia's first enterprise producing soy isolate, which is used in the food, confectionery and pharmaceutical industries. Construction was started last fall. In September 2015, VTB granted Amurragrocenter LLC (owner of Amursky Oil Extraction Plant LLC) 800 million rubles for the construction of the first stage of the soy isolate plant.

The project was discussed at a meeting on the development of the region, which V. Putin held in late April.

Amuragrocenter LLC is one of the largest enterprises processing grains and legumes in the Far East of Russia, which includes production capacities, in particular, hydrated and refined soybean oil, meal, extruded fodder soybean, full-feed mixed fodders and compound feed concentrates.

TOR "Belogorsk" has an agrarian specialization and includes a bakery plant (Belogorsk Bread LLC), a feed mill (Agrotechnology LLC) and a plant for deep processing of soybeans (Amuragrocenter LLC), Interfax notes.

The Amur Region is one of the leading soybean producers in the Russian Federation. Last year, the harvest amounted to 1019 thousand tons (of 2,7 million tons in the whole of Russia), which is 2% more than in 2014. This year the oblast plans to expand the area under soybeans by 21 thousand hectares.
According to the Ministry of Agriculture, this year the area under soybeans in the Amur region will be 894 thousand hectares of 2,2 million hectares in the whole of Russia.