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Yevkurov attracts investments from abroad2012-11-22 12:02
The head of Ingushetia, Yunus-Bek Yevkurov has visited Kazakhstan. During his trip to Astana he held a meeting with Ingush businessmen doing business in Kazakhstan.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the Interfax, at the meeting Yunus-Bek Yevkurov urged Kazakhstan's businessmen to consider Ingushetia as a direction to expand business.
"Ingushetia today is able to provide to potential investors important advantages. Here, they can count on the fact that their business will be profitable. In turn, we hope that their presence in the country's economy can help us create new jobs and overcome the high dependence on budget subsidies, as well as to expand opportunities for the development of trade and economic cooperation", president of Ingushetia said.
Recall, Ingush president Yevkurov is in a protracted conflict with Ramzan Kadyrov, leader of Chechnya, due to the belonging of a part of lands to one or another state. News from the Republic, just like four years ago, are reminiscent of military reports. Ingush Interior Ministry suffers serious losses in fighting with the underground. This problem and a number of others have downgraded rating of the head of the republic to nearly zero.