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Supervision excludes government interference in the activities of enterprises

September 17, 2020

The second package of Government’s anti-crisis measures includes a mechanism for supervising industrial enterprises and investment projects.

This mechanism is aimed at providing state support to domestic enterprises in the post-crisis period, Kyrgyz Prime Minister Kubatbek Boronov said at a Government meeting on Sept 16.

The supervision of enterprises by the heads of state bodies excludes their interference, influence, control over the financial or other activities of organizations, the Prime Minister said.

Boronov stressed the importance of providing support to manufacturing enterprises for timely launch and successful further activities.

It is necessary to develop an action plan for solution of business problems, indicating step-by-step measures, timing of implementation and the expected final positive result.

The supervision of manufacturing enterprises and investment projects is aimed at helping to solve problems that hinder the work of companies. The Government aims to support business, to develop manufacturing companies that contribute to increasing jobs and reducing unemployment in the regions of our country, as well as to restore economic activity and support the activities of business entities,” Prime Minister said.

Following the meeting, a number of instructions were given.