The Ministry of Economic Development of Russia has elaborated a package of draft laws providing for the right to risk to subjects of innovation, primarily representatives of high-tech companies. It is proposed to amend the federal law "On Science and the State Scientific and Technical Policy", the Budget Code and the Criminal Code. A notice on the elaboration of documents is posted on the federal page of draft regulatory legal acts.
The Government, along with the Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI), will establish an autonomous non-profit organization called The Agency for the Development of Professional Excellence. The new organization will be developing the WorldSkills movement in Russia. The event plan with the sources of financing for 2021–2030 will be elaborated by June 1. It is stated in the order of the government published on the official Internet page for legal information.
The number of residents of the first Territory of Advanced Social and Economic Development in Mordovia (TASED) called Ruzayevka has grown up to 12. Companies called Konstrukstionnye Composity (Constructional Composites) and RuzKhimNefteMash have recently received preferential business status. This was the decision of the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia.
An IT company from Saransk reported on the release of the first Russian process mining Proceset class system. As of today it is the only team in the country that offers an alternative to foreign developments in this area.
The head of the republic of Mordovia Vladimir Volkov held a business meeting with the management of the Optikenergo company group: Evir Boksimer, the chairman of the board of directors and Mikhail Boksimer, the CEO. They discussed the cable company results of 2019 and the production plans for 2020.
The sugar production in Mordovia has exceeded all expectations. By January 16, the Romodanovo sugar factory, where the sugar beet processing season is now ending, produced 145 thousand tons of sugar, which is almost 63 thousand tons more than the last year.
Over the next two years, Mordovia will receive more than 2.7 billion rubles from the federal budget. Funds will be used on the construction of healthcare facilities. The Government of the Russian Federation approved plans for the distribution of subsidies between the regions for the construction of medical facilities until 2022 as part of the national Healthcare project. According to the decree of the government, over 95 billion rubles will be allocated to the regions to such end.
The Monotown Development Fund will issue an interest-free loan for the reconstruction of the greenhouse complex for rose cultivation in the monotown of Kadoshkino in Mordovia. The loan will be of 249 million rubles. The agreement was signed between the Deputy Chairman of VEB.RF, General Director of the Fund Irina Makieva and General Director of Mir Tsvetov (World of Flowers) company Alexander Boldyrev.
Based on the results of regional qualification selection held by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, a federal list of manufacturers of regional importance that implement programs to increase export competitiveness has been approved. It includes eleven Mordovian companies: Ruzkhimmash, VKM-Stal’ (VKM-steel), Plyterra, Volokonnye Systemy (Fiber Systems), Mordovvtorsyryo (Mordovia’s Recycled Materials), Electrovypryamytel’ (Electro rectifier), Saranskkabel-Optika (Saransk cable-optics), Leader-Compound, M-cable, Rezinotekhnika plant and Saransk Instrument-Making Plant.
Mordovia closed the gap between its competitors in the Safe and High-Quality Roads national project. Today, the region is one of the top thirty regions in terms of road repair workload: all of the work planned for this year is almost done. This is what the head of the Republic of Mordovia Vladimir Volkov and the State Duma deputy from the region Vitaly Efimov discussed during a working meeting.
The level of gasification in Mordovia at the start of this year was at 97.6 percent, in rural areas it was at 83.8 percent. In comparison, the average indicators for Russia are 68.6 and 59.4 percent respectively. These figures were presented during a meeting between the head of the Republic of Mordovia Vladimir Volkov, and the chairman of the board of Gazprom PJSC, Alexei Miller.
Due to the national project called Ecology over 80 hectares of landfills and scrapyards will be recultivated over five years in Mordovia. The regional project called Clean Country provides for a large-scale clean-up of unauthorized landfills in five regions of the republic: the municipal solid waste dumps in the regional centers of Zubova Polyana with an area of 14.9 hectares, Yelniki (seven hectares), Atyurievo (four hectares), Kovylkino and Temnikov (3.8 and 2.46 hectares respectively).