Photo: Evgeny Samarin / press service of the mayor and government of Moscow
Non-commodity non-energy exports Moscow in the first quarter of 2020 amounted to about $ 6 billion and grew by nearly a quarter over the same period last year. Such data is called the head of the Moscow Department of investment and industrial policy Alexander Prokhorov. His words are given on the website of the portal “the Future of Russia. National projects”.
“The amount shows a positive growth trend in the global market compared to the same period last year — more than 24 percent,” stated Prokhorov.
Russia until the end of 2024 plans to implement 13 national projects: “Health”, “Education”, “Demography”, “Culture”, “Safe and quality roads”, “Housing and the urban environment”, “Ecology”, “Science”, “Small and medium entrepreneurship and support entrepreneurial initiative,” “labor Productivity and employment support, international cooperation and exports”, “Complex plan of modernization and expansion of trunk infrastructure”.
For their implementation it is planned to spend about 26 trillion rubles.
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