Milan Pajevic, Chairman of the Board of directors of the "Slav-Invest" and Vice President of UBA and Tidal Hanan, CEO of "Slav-Invest Consulting and Project Management participated in the round table" Investment Project of the Crimea - the locomotive of the region, which October 20, "2008" in Yalta. The roundtable was organized by the business newspaper Kommersant-Ukraine ", by Q-tec, Ukrainian Construction Association and was part of the II International Investment Forum" The Future of the Crimea "Implementing the national strategy to transform the Crimea in a major European tourist destination largely depends on the interaction between the authorities with investors and developers. Their approaches to the same extent, determine whether the development will receive the investment attractiveness of the region. This is the basic conclusions of the roundtable participants.
- Save the positive dynamics of the construction industry in the Crimea during the global economic downturn will be very difficult, - the vice-president of UBA Milan Pajevic - Not being able to help finance or trust loans, the government must urgently apply for certain tax benefits, and to open branches formal and informal "overhead", which increases the cost of the cost of critical facilities. Without a fundamental contribution to the infrastructure of the peninsula, and without a pair of projects not only regional but also international scale, the Crimea will be only a virtual jewel ...
- And Crimean authorities and developers need to learn to develop construction projects in line with international standards, especially with regard to their legal support. Otherwise, Crimea will not see major international investors. But today, only they can create a "landmark" for the European sites - the general director of FIM Group Oksana Elmanova.
The roundtable was attended by representatives of the Government of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, the Ministry of regional development, city administration, investment funds, developers, architects, lawyers, insurers, specialists from international hotel chains.
Press Service of the UBA