In 2017 in the Orel region is implementing industrial investment projects in the amount of 7 billion rubles.

EAGLE, may 11. /TASS/. Oryol oblast this year, through eight industrial investment projects for the sum about 7 billion rubles, told TASS in the press service of the regional government. As stated by the Agency, the Governor of the region Vadim Potomsky, the implementation of investment projects is made possible by Hospodarske and the creation of favorable conditions for business.

“Plan for 2017 only in the industries specified in the investment projects totaling more than 7 billion rubles. a Number of projects aimed at reducing the import on the territory of the Oryol region”, – reported in a press-service.

In particular, the eagle, the planned creation of a complex for the production of granite in the territory of the existing plant “Kerama Marazzi”, the volume of investments into the project will amount to 2.4 billion rubles, the company plans to produce 5.8 million sq m of granite. It is also planned to expand the range of pumping equipment produced in the framework of the program of import substitution, the project involves 100 million rubles of investments.

“The key success factor, of course, are the great measures of state support of real sector of economy, close interaction with the Federal center. Not less important direction – creation of favorable conditions for business. This work is fully justified. Implementation of investment projects in the industry – the real return business,” – said in an interview with TASS, the Governor Potomsky.

The head of the region emphasized that in 2016 in the Orel region was implemented 26 state programs in the amount of almost 23 billion rubles, the press service said that last year more than doubled compared to the year 2015 the number of government programs with a high level of funding, now such programmes 13.

“During the four years of implementation of state programs of the Oryol region, the share of state programs implemented with a high level of efficiency is steadily increasing from 35% in 2013 to 84,6% in 2016, which in turn led to a reduction in the proportion of programs implemented with higher efficiency “average” and “satisfactory” respectively, 49.6% and 6.1%. Interrupted the trend of annual increases (from 5% in 2013 to 20% in 2015) shares of state programs with unsatisfactory efficiency of the implementation”, – said the press service.