One of the forums for the development and production of innovative projects in the capital was Elma Technopark, according to the official website of the Mayor of Moscow on Tuesday, May 10.
Technopark residents, in particular, produce wet gas generators and LED bulbs. Hygrometers are widely used in heavy and light industry factories, bakeries, pharmaceutical industries and warehouses to store finished products, electronics industry and energy enterprises, in printing and many other places. Elma, another Technopark resident, is producing energy-saving LED bulbs and making home and street lighting.
Alexei Fursin, head of the Moscow Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Development, said the Moscow government’s efforts are not only to support innovation infrastructure but also to provide direct support for the import of replacement projects. These are subsidies, preferred investment loans and technology exchange services, writes Vechernyaya Moskva.
In addition, applications for loans from more than 850 entrepreneurs in Moscow have been accepted in Moscow. The maximum interest rate is 13.5% per annum. The increase in industrial production in Moscow’s Duma shows a positive trend in imports.
Earlier, Russian manufacturer SimAZ planned to transfer medium-sized buses of the same name to the new Chassis. This is done as a substitute for import. The basis for the new buses may be KamAZ-Compass.