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Free Port Of Vladivostok
19.09.2015 00:29
Free Port Of Vladivostok

The President of the RF Vladimir Putin stated that the law on the free port of Vladivostok will affect all ports from Zarubino to Nakhodka.

      “Even a broader set of preferences will be received by the residents of the free port of Vladivostok. The corresponding law comes into force already in October, and its effect will spread to all the key ports of the south of Primorye” – Putin said, speaking at the plenary session of the Eastern Economic Forum. He also suggested that the Government of the Russian Federation should extend the regime of the free port of Vladivostok to other harbors of the Far East. According to him, the law will be extended to 15 municipalities where nearly 75% of the population of the Primorye Territory lives. “Many border procedures are greatly simplified and facilitated for businesses” - the Russian President said, noting that a single body is introduced instead of multiple controls on the border, and checkpoints will work around the clock.

      Vladivostok, the capital of the Primorsky Kray (Primorye or Maritime Territory) is one of the most beautiful cities in Russia. Home base to the Russian Pacific Fleet, the city was closed to all foreigners from 1958 until 1991. Modern Vladivostok is looking to develop rapidly as Russia’s money-making, fast-spending, high-living commercial and financial center. Businesses from all over the world have flooded in to take advantage of the city's position as a crossroads of Northeast Asia. As one of only four major seaports, with extensive fishing rights, it also has tremendous potential for economic growth. Vladivostok is Russia's window to Asia, as it is located less than 100km east of the Chinese border, and just across the Sea of Japan from the main Japanese island of Honshu. Vladivostok's unique geographical location is of great interest to developers of international and domestic trade. Vladivostok is now one of the most important regional centers in Russia. The city receives visitors from all over the world, hoping to find here unforgettable impressions and new business partners.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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