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The government of the Tyumen region relies on investments in the agro-industrial complex and tourism – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Date: June 14, 2024 Time: 18:49:33

“The most understandable and far-reaching projects concern the production and processing of oil and gas. These areas, of course, have the greatest potential. All serious partners continue their business, develop new strategies. The small and medium-sized businesses is huge. The tourism sector is growing: every ruble invested brings profit. Now “specialists are developing a master plan for the area around the winter sports center “Pearl of Siberia”, where it is planned to open a modern complex thermal. The concept will be presented at the end of this year,” the governor listed the growth points.

He also highlighted the importance and attractiveness of the agricultural sector, which is affected by one in three investment initiatives. The head of the region drew attention to the fact that the current measures to support agricultural producers remain sufficient and effective. There is compensation for the costs of purchasing agricultural machinery. It is true that there are more requests here than allocated funds. Moore said that he would try to increase the quantity, because a good harvest directly depends on the timely replacement of equipment. Also in the Tyumen region, new agricultural businesses receive up to six million rubles, and up to 30 million can be received for the development of a family farm.

“The most effective measure to support small businesses is assistance to cooperatives that process and sell surplus products of villagers. In 2022, people received more than one billion rubles through the cooperative system. And in the “Last two years, we have allocated almost $200 million to recipients of raw materials for milk tankers and coolers,” Moore said.

By the way, the problem of diesel fuel on the eve of the collection campaign in the Tyumen region was resolved without problems. First, farmers arrived in the fields with last year’s supply of fuel and lubricants between 60 and 70 percent. The shortage, literally 10 tons, was later compensated thanks to the regional government’s partners in the fuel and energy sector at old prices. Overall, Alexander Moore sees oil and gas companies as leaders in ensuring the country’s technological independence. The main thing is not to lose the chains of cooperation and involve science in solving government problems in various fields.

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