Yekaterinburg adopts action plan on improving city's investment appeal

July 18, 2014. Head of Yekaterinburg Council Alexander Yakob signed a decree on adopting an action plan targeted at enhancing the investment appeal of the Urals' capital and at creating propitious conditions for business development, the council's press service reports.
The action plan was adopted for 2014-2016 and covers a set of actions relating to creation and modernization of highly productive jobs and improvements in labor productivity, in the labor market situation, in the training and retraining of skilled workers, in th quality and accessibility of production and transport infrastructure, in investment activity, and in SME development as well as to improvement of business climate in the building industry and making the power infrastructure more affordable.
There are 30 points on the action plan altogether.

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