Activities plan for development of non-commodity export approved in Kazakhstan
Baku, Azerbaijan, September 4
By Nargiz Sadikhova - Trend:
The roadmap for promotion of non-commodity exports has been approved in Kazakhstan by a decree of Prime Minister of the country Askar Mamin, Trend reports with reference to the press office of the Ministry of Trade and Integration of Kazakhstan.
Thus, within the framework of the roadmap, especial attention will be giver to internal and external barriers, the removal of which will allow to decrease the negative factors and consequences, which local manufacturers and exporters are dealing with when promoting locally manufactured goods to foreign markets.
“The roadmap aims at further development of export areas of economy via responsible economic policies and income policy, via supporting national export by creating favorable competitive framework conditions and active trade policy,” the report said.
The roadmap has been developed based on the conceptual and reform proposals of non-commodity exporters and the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs and it includes new approaches to providing state support.
The roadmap oversees 81 activity items, including 52 activities for promotion of non-commodity export and 29 activities for promotion of services export.
The achievements within the roadmap will be reached by following measures:
- systematic – measures aimed at restructuring of state support measures and approaches in determination of target group;
- legislative – measures which require actualization and improvement of normative and legal acts;
- economic – measures aimed at decrease of products’ cost and increase of their competitiveness;
- institutional – measures aimed at formation of unified institute on issues of Kazakh export development, which will consolidate activities of all institutes in area of export.
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