SEVASTOPOL, October 20. /Corr. Janina Vaskovsky/. A businessman from the Moscow region plans in the Sevastopol free economic zone (FEZ) to open first in production of glazed cheese curds. This was reported to journalists by the head of Department on issues of the FEZ Sergey Smirnov.
“It turns out that such production is still not there, and he is ready to open. It will be import substitution, and solving the problem of food security in the context of the blockade,” – said Smirnov.
Only the government of Sevastopol today has 61 registered the contract with the participants of the SEZ, four more contracts in the works. The residents of FEZ declared investments for a total amount of 2.4 billion rubles and pledged to create 466 jobs with an average wage not less than 27 thousand rubles a month. Registered in the FEZ enterprises are traditional for Sebastopol industries: shipbuilding and ship repair, engineering, it, tourism and winemaking.
The law on the development of the free economic zone on the territories of the Republic of Crimea and the Federal city of Sevastopol entered into force on 1 January 2015. According to him, the zone is created for 25 years with renewal option. FEZ involves a special regime of entrepreneurial activity, including preferential taxation and subsidies to compensation of certain costs for residents.