09 Oct 2020

Moscow Industrial Complexes Received RUB 4.4 Bn of Benefits in 5 Years

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Moscow companies have been granted the status of industrial complex since 2016. Within this time, it has been given to 56 enterprises employing almost 65,000 people.

The city's support helped all capital industrial complexes to save on taxes up to RUB 4.4 bn. Savings allow companies to develop production, to improve working conditions, to master new technologies or markets.

The total investments of Moscow industrial complexes have exceeded RUB 33,2 bn since 2016.

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