The Moscow Government has signed with the investor the agreement on ZIL technopark creation.

By 2023 the capital will have an innovative platform, which will provide 1,000+ Muscovites with jobs. The investor will invest RUR 4 bn in the project implementation.

The investment priority project status (IPP) will allow the company to reduce the regional profit tax by 26% and zero down the property tax rate.

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