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Following the results of 2017, Amur region entered the top-10 regions of the Russian Federation on investment dynamics - EastRussia | Far East






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Priamurye following the results of 2017g was included in the top 10 regions of Russia in investment dynamics

Vladimir Putin included the Amur Region in the top ten regions of the Russian Federation with the best investment dynamics, the press service of the regional government said following the meeting of the State Council under the President of the Russian Federation. The meeting summed up the results of increasing the investment attractiveness of the regions for 2017 year.

"We have already formed a group of leading regions, I have already mentioned this, which set high standards in the investment sphere. It is important that this year the Far Eastern regions - the Khabarovsk Territory and the Amur Region - strengthened their positions, "the press service quotes the head of state. As reported, against the backdrop of the crisis, the average volume of investments over the past three years has decreased in the country, and only in a quarter of the regions has there been an increase in investments in fixed assets. So, the growth of investments in the Amur region amounted to almost 40% in real terms, which provided the region with the top-10.

As noted by the head of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Amur Region Svetlana Ballova, significant growth occurred due to the implementation in the region of the largest investment projects - “Power of Siberia”, Amur GPP, expanding activity of TOR residents, commissioning the first stage of the OEP. An Investment Promotion Agency was also created, and the investment portfolio is expanding. New projects in the region are estimated at 1,5 trillion rubles, designed to create more than 6 thousand jobs.