Government to introduce to Parliament a number of bills improving business-climate in Republic - Masimov
Astana. October 2. Kazakhstan Today - The government of Kazakhstan will introduce to Parliament a number of bills improving business-climate in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The Prime Minister of Kazakhstan, Karim Masimov, informed during the governmental hour in Parliament on Tuesday, the agency reports. "In the near future the government will introduce the bills to Parliament concerning private business, improving procedures of creation and activity of the centers of support of small business and business-incubators, and amendments to the laws on microcredit of organizations and companies, which will expand their opportunities, improve conditions for attraction of domestic and foreign investors, and lower barriers hindering crediting of subjects of small business," K. Masimov said. According to the Prime Minister, "taken measures for support of small and medium businesses have already received an objective estimation of the international financial institutions." "According to the last World Bank Ease of Doing Business Report, Kazakhstan has risen by 10 positions upwards and has occupied 70 place in the rating of 181 countries," he noted.
Resourse: Kazakhstan Today