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Minagri thinks agrarians should be active in using subsidies on machinery purchase

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Jambulat Khatuov, first deputy minister of agriculture of Russia declared that agrarians are to be active in using subsidies on the purchase of agricultural machinery. At present, only 1 bn RUB out of 10 bn was allocated for that purpose.

“The government provided 10 bn RUB (2018) to subsidise the purchase of machinery and equipment. As of today, a billion was developed. I ask to be more active in that field, especially regional ministries of agriculture”, said Mr. Khatuov.

Within the framework of the support programme, the government reimburses from 30 to 50% of expenditures incurred on the purchase of machinery. But the main condition here – the machinery must be manufactured in Russia.

Source: TASS



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