Prime Minister charged to prepare proposals on simplification of business doing
Astana. September 16. Kazakhstan Today - The Prime Minister of Kazakhstan, Karim Masimov, charged to prepare proposals on simplification of doing business for subsequent introduction of the necessary amendments to the normative-legal acts influencing development of business-activity in Kazakhstan. The assignment was given during the session of the commission on elimination of administrative barriers and improvement of business-climate for small and medium business, the agency reports referring to the prime minister's press service. According to the press service, "during the session the results of the annual World Bank's Doing Business Report that includes ratings of 2009 as of 2008 and the issues of improvement of business-environment in Kazakhstan were discussed." The commission members discussed presentation of the method - guillotine used for elimination of administrative barriers and improvement of conditions for small and medium business.
Resourse: Kazakhstan Today