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The total amount of mandatory payments exceeded 5.7 billion rubles.
In 2020, residents of the special economic zone (SEZ) Technopolis Moscow increased the volume of mandatory payments by 26 percent compared to 2019. The total amount was more than 5.7 billion rubles, said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow in the Moscow Government for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov.
“In 2020, residents of the capital’s SEZ provided the budget with taxes, insurance premiums and customs payments in the amount of over 5.7 billion rubles. This is 26 percent more than in 2019. For the entire period of operation of the special economic zone Technopolis Moscow, its residents have made deductions in an accumulated total amounting to more than 19 billion rubles, ”the deputy mayor said.
According to the head of the Moscow Department of Investment and Industrial Policy Alexandra Prokhorova, An increase in the volume of payments testifies to the successful implementation of projects by residents.
“It also speaks of the expansion of their companies, the intensification of foreign economic relations and the development of an innovative industry in the territory of the special economic zone of Moscow. For the entire period of operation of the SEZ Technopolis Moscow, most of the deductions from residents fell on tax payments – more than 12 billion rubles in cumulative total, “added the head of the department.
Gennady Degtev, General Director of the Technopolis Moscow SEZ, noted that the amount of taxes paid by residents to the Russian budget in 2020 amounted to 3.7 billion rubles. This is five percent more than in the previous year.
The bulk of tax deductions – about three billion rubles – went to the federal budget, the rest went to the budget of the city of Moscow. The largest taxpayers were enterprises of the microelectronic industry and representatives of the information and communication technology industry.
Special economic zone Technopolis Moscowincludes five sites with a total area of more than 200 hectares – in Pechatniki, Alabushevo, Mikron, Angstrem and MIET. More than 180 high-tech companies are localized here, 79 of them have resident status.
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