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Advanced Development Zone to open Diamond Cutting Complex

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‘Kangalassy’ Advanced Development Zone plans to open a diamond-cutting complex. SAYBM - A subsidiary of JSCB "Almazergienbank" builds production premises for collective use, in which it will install lapidary equipment, as told by General Director of the Management Company of ‘Kangalassy’ Dmitry Borisov.

"Individual cutters, small jewelry companies that create jobs will be invited. The site is under construction. We cleaned it of dilapidated buildings, made a vertical layout. Contracts were concluded for the supply of gas and electricity to the site. This is a project stage," he said.

According to Dmitry Borisov, consultations are currently underway with the construction institute of the resident.

"The designers made several drafts for the investor's choice. Parallel consideration is the application of an investor for obtaining the status of an Advanced Development Zone resident. We are waiting for the business plan of the project. The investor can justify the volume of investments after the development of Design and Estimate documentation. Now we have exchanged preliminary intentions," he said.

It should be noted that the Russian Far East Development Corporation received 23 applications for obtaining the status of a resident of ‘Kangalassy’ Advanced Development Zone. The total amount of private investments on applications is more than 5 billion rubles with the prospect of creating more than 1 thousand jobs. 10 companies, residents of ‘Kangalassy’ Zone, implement projects with investments of more than 2 billion rubles, it is planned to create about 300 jobs.

Today on the territory of the Far East, 17 Zones of Advanced Development have been created: ‘Kangalassy’ Industrial Park, ‘South Yakutia’ (the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia); ‘Beringovsky’ (Chukotka Autonomous District); ‘Belogorsk', ‘Priamurskaya’, ‘Svobodny’(Amur region); ‘Khabarovsk’, ‘Komsomolsk’, ‘Nikolaevsk’ (Khabarovsk Territory); ‘Nadezhdinskaya’, ‘Bolshoi Kamen’, ‘Mikhailovsky’, ‘Neftekhimichesky’ (Primorsky Territory); ‘Kamchatka’ (Kamchatka Territory); ‘Yuzhnaya’, ‘Gorny Vozdukh’ (Sakhalin Region); ‘Amuro-Khinganskaya’ (Jewish Autonomous Region).

With the adoption of the Federal Law on Advanced Development Zone, 325 applications were received by the Corporation for the Development of the Far East for a total investment amount of more than 1.5 trillion rubles. As a result of the implementation of these projects, it is planned to create more than 48,000 jobs. Today, 151 companies with a total investment volume of more than 487 billion rubles and the prospect of creating more than 26,000 jobs are residents of the Advanced Development Zone in the Far East, the press service of the Ministry for Development of Russian Far East reports.