Astana, Kazakhstan, April 12
By Daniyar Mukhtarov - Trend
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev set the task to enter the top thirty countries in Doing business rating, the official website of Akorda reported on April 11.
"I set a task to enter the top thirty countries in this rating in 2016," President Nazarbayev said at a meeting of the National Investor Council. "We have two problematic areas, namely, construction and international trade. Thus, we hold one of the last places in the international trade. The existing customs administration system requires the radical reforms."
The Kazakh president emphasized that the work conducted by the government and the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs will be assessed as part of the WB Doing Business rating.
"The president instructed the government and the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs to prepare a single program by envisaging the necessary funding and determining the chamber as a single operator on the basis of some directions. "First Deputy Prime Minister Bakytzshan Sagintaev made a report on the development of entrepreneurship, the work on improving the business sphere, as well as the execution of the president's instructions."
Translated by NH