Development Corporation of the Republic of Crimea plans to hold monitoring of investment agreements from 2014 to 2016. This was reported by General Director of Corporation Oleg Morozov at the Yalta economic forum, reports Rambler News Service. It will also set the filters of solvency for investors.
"Yes, we will introduce filters. The primary filter is the solvency of investors. We will be sharing projects on the key, significant, strategic. This is from the point of view of management. And, of course, one of the main criteria — ability to pay", — said Oleg Morozov.
According to him, the Corporation is sensitive issues as the procedure of turnover with the investment platform that exists and has existed, was temporary. "And we understand that, unfortunately, it is the desired effect of attracting investment has not given", — he added.
He also noted that the Corporation will send its recommendations on the results of monitoring of investment projects in economic development.
Crimea became part of Russia in March 2014 after the last on the Peninsula the referendum. The decision was supported by 96 percent of the residents who took part in the vote. After the referendum the Crimean authorities declared independence from Ukraine, and then turned to Moscow with a request to take a Republic in Russia on the rights of the region. March 18, was signed the intergovernmental agreement.
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