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Government continues dialogue with entrepreneurs of the regions of Kazakhstan

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by March 30, 2017 World Sports

Prime Minister Bakytzhan Sagintayev met with members of the Regional Council of the Chamber of Entrepreneurs “Atameken” during his working trip to the Aktobe region.

Opening the meeting, the Prime Minister offered to exchange views on topical issues of development of the business sector in the region.

During the meeting, the participants discussed the availability of credit resources, subsidies, interest rates, tax policy, as well as various aspects of implementing the Business Roadmap 2020 State Program. The issues raised by the Council for the Protection of the Rights of Entrepreneurs of the Aktobe region were also discussed.

The meeting was attended by Chairman of NCE Atameken T. Kulibayev, Chairman of the Board of NCE Atameken A. Myrzakhmetov. The meeting was addressed by Chairman of the Regional Council of NCE Atameken I. Salzhanov, Director of IE Kadyrova S. Kadyrova, President of LLP Dastan A. Aytzhanov, Chairman of ALE Association of Milk and Dairy Producers of the Aktobe Region M. Itegulov, President of Aktoberentgen Co R. Ismagambetov, Deputy Director of Koktas-Aktobe Co Z. Zhakupova.

Following the meeting, B. Sagintayev instructed the responsible state bodies to take the raised issues under control.

It should be noted that during working trips to regions the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan pays special attention to meetings with representatives of the business sector, during which he explains the work carried out by the Government to support entrepreneurs. President N. Nazarbayev in his Address Third Modernization of Kazakhstan: Global Competitiveness” noted that business should become the driving force of economic growth in the country. In this regard, the Government is implementing a set of measures on deregulation, reducing expenses, and providing financial and legislative support to entrepreneurs.

Source: Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan

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