State Committee Creates Central Register of Property
In 2006 the State Committee on Public Property Management registered 105,000 immovable property, which belongs to 13,000 state-run enterprises and their branches in the Central Cadastre, Trend reports.
With respect to research in efficient use and current state of the state property, the State Committee is studying balance accounts and acts on inventory of the property. This year the state enterprises provided 4,100 statistic accounts. At the same time they analyzed 300 acts on inventory and financial accounts.
In 2006 the State Committee held monitoring in 80 joint stock companies and state enterprises to check efficient use and preservation of state property.