© Валерий Доронин, пресс-служба мэрии Томска
TOMSK, Jun 6 – RIA Tomsk. The boundaries of the Priority Social and Economic Development Area (PSEDA) Seversk in the Tomsk region will be expanded to launch new investment projects, the corresponding decree is published on the website of the Russian Government.
Earlier it was reported that in 2019 the authorities of the Russian Federation established in Closed Administrative-Territorial Unit Seversk a PSEDA with specialization in high-tech chemistry, medical industry, nuclear materials, mechanical engineering and IT. Each resident who invests at least 10 million rubles in production receives benefits: contributions to the social insurance fund - 7.6% instead of 30%, profit tax - 5% instead of 20%. As of April, 12 residents were registered in the PSEDA.
"The boundaries of the Priority Social and Economic Development Area (PSEDA) Seversk will be expanded to launch new investment projects. The decree on this was approved by the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin," says the message.
It is specified that the adopted document will allow to implement several investment projects at once, including the enterprises for processing of technogenic raw materials and production of fluorine-containing products, as well as the plant for production of oriented strand boards. The expected investment volume is more than 10 billion rubles. More than 350 working places will be created at the new productions.
As clarified on the website, a PSEDA is a special tool for the development of territories designed to stimulate priority sectors of the economy and attract new investors, thus contributing to the growth of the well-being of residents of the regions.