Kazakhstan proposes to adopt Georgia’s business experience
Kazakhstan, Astana, March 15 / Trend D. Mukhtarov /
Head of the Kazakh Soyuz Atameken National Economic Chamber Timur Kullibayev has proposed at a chamber meeting today to adopt Georgia's experience of radically changing the business climate in the country.
"Why is it necessary to create anything that has already been created? Kulibayev said at a regular meeting of the national economic chamber's presidium. For example, Georgia's experience, which really created all the conditions for business development, can be mentioned. Kyrgyzstan - our neighbors, where the leadership is actively exploring Georgia's experience can be also mentioned."
He said the current situation slows down development.
"The current approach does not work," he said. "We have more than thousands permits, more than 400 references. How many state bodies must one visit to open the business?"
Deputy Chairman of the National Economic Chamber 'Soyuz Atameken' Rahim Oshakbayev presented the results of a survey of more than 100 Russian companies working in Kazakhstan.