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PSEDA

Priority Social and Economic Development Area (PSEDA) is a territory with a special legal status providing for certain tax benefits and administrative preferences for investors. 

PSEDA activities are governed by Federal Law on Priority Social and Economic Development Areas in the Russian Federation No. 473-FZ of December 29, 2014 (RUS).

PSEDAs are established to create beneficial preconditions to attract investments, to ensure accelerated social and economic development and to make the life of local population more comfortable.   

 Sosensky (a single industry town) is located in the eastern part of Kozelsk district, KLUGA Region.  

Population – 11,008. Employable population – 6,367. 

Key production facility: Sosensky Instrument Engineering Plant (a branch of Science and Production Center for Automation and Instrumentation named after Academician N.A.Pilyugin FGUP).

PSEDA status obtained on November 13, 2017  

 Kondrovo (a single industry town), an administrative center of Dzerzhinsky District, Kaluga Region. The town is located by R-93 region road.

Population – 15,146. Employable population – 9,020.

Key production facilities: Troitskaya Bumazhnaya Fabrika OAO (Troitskaya Paper Plant OAO), Kondrovskaya Bumazhnaya Kompaniya OAO (Kondrovo Paper Plant OAO), Kondrovskaya Bumazhnaya Kompaniya OOO (Kondrovo Paper Plant OOO), GIGIENA-SERVIS OOO, Firma Vesta OOO, GeoPAK OOO Kondrovo branch.  

The application for the status of PSEDA is in the stage of formation. 

Territories with a special business legal status offer certain tax benefits and administrative preferences to investors.

Lower taxes and reduced insurance payments are guaranteed to PSEDA residents implementing new investment projects.

For more detailed information please visit PSEDA residents’ benefits.

Want to start a business in PSEDA or get more information on terms and conditions? — submit an application and we will contact you in one business day!