29 Jul 2020

Technopark Will Appear in ZIL by 2023

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An investor will invest RUR 3.33 bn in the technopark construction and create over 1,100 jobs.

The Technopark will become a production site for innovative technologies and products, it will develop information technologies and conduct scientific research.

In the near future, this project will be assigned the investment priority project status that will allow the investor to reduce the total regional tax burden by 25% and to direct these funds to the technopark development.


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