Precious metals bill needs revision
December 29, 2018
IBC Executive Director is a member of the Industry and Entrepreneurship Development Committee
December 26, 2018
Law review for December 17-21, 2018
December 22, 2018
Bai Tushum receives a 100 million soms loan from Frontiers
December 21, 2018
IBC Committee will consider information technology issues
December 20, 2018
Clear rules of interaction between the state and business could speed up digital transformation in Kyrgyzstan
December 19, 2018
Law review for December 10-14, 2018
December 15, 2018
The IBC project has been completed but the Economic Journalism Club continues to work
December 14, 2018
Priority investment projects selected
December 13, 2018
Prospects for regulatory reform discussed in Bishkek
December 10, 2018
Law review for December 3-7, 2018
December 9, 2018
Why public-private partnership doesn’t work in Kyrgyzstan?
There is too much talk and not enough action; the law isn’t working; there is a lack of projects - this is what many officials and businessmen say when asked about public-private partnership (PPP) in Kyrgyzstan. Why does such opinion arise? Is there a need to change it?
Investing today for a brighter future tomorrow
In light of the technological revolution we are witnessing today, the promise of education is becoming even more important, Lilia Burunciuc, World Bank Regional Director for Central Asia believes.
President of Kyrgyzstan addresses the Parliament and nation
“It is necessary to stop groundless interference of inspection bodies in business affairs. If they [inspection bodies] prefer to perform the functions of a partner rather than a punitive body, then there will be good business conditions,” President Jeenbekov said.
Kalikova & Associates: PPP, Corporate issues, Banking and Finance
Kalikova & Associates law firm has prepared the next review on corporate issues, banking and financial news, as well as legislation.
Kyrgyzstan building effective partnerships with international donors
On behalf of the business community, IBC Executive Director Askar Sydykov suggested international donors to support Kyrgyzstan in carrying out reforms in the judicial system, as well as in key sectors of the country's economy including tourism, mining, and banking.