Measures to imporive investment climate discussed in Tajikistan
Azerbaijan, Baku, Nov. 9 /Trend/
Tajikistan's President Emomalii Rahmon conducted a meeting of the Board to improve the investment climate in the country, CA-NEWS reported according to the press service of the head of state.
"The issues of improving the investment climate, the course of execution of the two previous meetings, the draft law on cooperation with the private sector of the state, measures to improve economic efficiency in the agricultural sector to ensure food security, as well as streamlining and reducing the number of inspections of economic entities were discussed at the meeting," the press service reported.
Head of State supported the proposal for reducing the amount of taxes, noting the need to provide measures for filling the reduction of budget revenues, including by attracting funds from international financial institutions and development partners.
Rahmon also supported the proposal for exemption of seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, vaccines and medicines for animals imported by the country from customs duties and value added tax. The President instructed the relevant structures to study these proposals and to present for the consideration by the government in the nearest future.
It was also requested to develop a draft law on state cooperation with the private sector by mid-2012.