Development of special economic zones in Russia

July 27, 2015 in StekloSouz Russia (the USSR) held a joint meeting with the leadership of "Special Economic Zones" (hereinafter SEZ) Ministry of Economic Development.

The meeting discussed issues of cooperation in the implementation of new projects for the construction of glass enterprises in the SEZ.It is known that some plants have already been built of glass in various SEZ Alabuga, Kaluga, Lipetsk.

In a crisis, the cooperation of the USSR and the SEZ is of particular interest. It was decided to prepare and sign an agreement on cooperation between the Federal branch organizations and government agencies, "Special Economic Zones".

Present at the meeting Viktor Osipov came out with a proposal to submit to the leadership of the SEZ for the study of long-term plan of development of the SEZ. He justified his request by the need to actively develop the glass industry in the Urals, Siberia and the Far East. Timely information about the special economic zone in these regions will allow investors more confident to implement projects for the construction of glass factories.

Constant interaction with StekloSouz from SEZ will provide Marchёv Igor, director of project management and work with investors.

From SSR entrusted to work systematically with the Department of SEZ Valery Shubin, director of development StekloSouz Russia. On the preparation of the cooperation agreement will be announced later, the document will be prepared taking into account the proposals of glass enterprises.

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Date: 29 July 2015
Source: Press center StekloSouz

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