In 2016, the focus for support will be the automotive industry, transport machinery, light industry and construction, said Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich.
HILL, 26 Jan. Financing anti-crisis plan is estimated at 100 billion rubles, the final proposals in the coming days will be presented to the Prime Minister, said Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich.
“We talked about what the industry will be the focus for government support in this year, in addition to what we have done in the past. It is automobile industry, transport machinery, light industry and construction. So far, the total is estimated at around 100 billion rubles. While existing programs already approved a few smaller, but potentially taking into account the proposals included in the calculations, it really could be about 100 billion rubles,” said Dvorkovich to journalists.
He noted that this does not mean that there is some finite list, the government continues and other support programs.
“For example, agriculture is traditional, the focus is on the four industries that I mentioned, this does not mean that we abandon agriculture. We maintain this support in full. If the funds will be claimed, from the anti-crisis Fund may be by decision of the government allocated additional resources,” he said.
“In any case, the final agreed proposals in the coming days will lie on a table the Prime Minister, will be discussed and decisions will be taken,” he pointed out.