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Crimea does not plan to keep nationalized enterprises in ownership

City of Sudak

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Enterprises that fell under nationalization in Crimea are going to be transferred to new owners. At the same time, they will have to fulfill several conditions, including the preservation of jobs. About this the head of the parliament of the republic Vladimir Konstantinov informed in your Telegram channel.

“As for the future fate of these enterprises, I believe that they should be transferred to new owners, provided that jobs are preserved, production rates are maintained and increased,” the parliamentarian wrote on the social network.

He noted that work is still underway in Crimea to form a list of enterprises that want to be nationalized. According to Konstantinov, investors will be interested in them.

Earlier, the head of the Crimea named a number of enterprises that have already been included in the list of objects, subject to nationalization because of ties with the Kyiv authorities. Among them was one of the largest shipyards in Eastern Europe. It was noted that the staff of the nationalized enterprises will remain at their jobs, no reductions are planned, with the exception of those who “carry out the will of the Kyiv leaders.”

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