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Business community of Transbaikalia will propose its measures in the region's anti-crisis program

Konstantin Ilkovsky, Governor of the Trans-Baikal Territory, held a meeting of the Commission on Sustainable Development of the Economy and Ensuring Social Stability in the Region. The commission was established in the region in order to respond quickly to the changing economic situation in the country.

The commission includes representatives of all interested structures, both regional and municipal level, as well as representatives of business co-ownership.

As the press service of the Government told EastRussia, at the meeting of the Commission the representatives of the business community showed an active position and expressed their desire to draw up their list of proposals on the way out of the current economic situation. Thus, by the next meeting of the Commission, the business community must provide its ideas, and if they prove to be viable, they will be taken into the region's anti-crisis plan.

Such a position is very important for the region, since, as noted at the meeting, Konstantin Ilkovsky, in Transbaikalia the issues of trade business are very acute, and in the country's anti-crisis plan submitted to the region is paid very little attention. "In Transbaikalia, the micro trade business, which provides serious self-employment - the same trade with China, has suffered greatly", - the Governor noted.

The head of the region outlined the key tasks for the commission members:

1. Existing programs to support small and medium-sized businesses should be focused on paying off payables. Otherwise, the remaining measures will simply be ineffective.

2. It is necessary to conduct a thorough analysis of the regional normative acts in order to minimize all bureaucratic obstacles. "In no case should the resolution of issues be delayed, especially for the regional Ministry of Interdevelopment, the Ministry of Economic Development, and the Ministry of Agriculture.", - the head of the region said.

3. In placing the state order, it is necessary to focus on local producers registered in the region.

4. The Regional Ministry of Finance in a daily mode should interact with the federal center regarding the possible transfer of commercial loans to budgetary and in the extension of existing budget borrowings.

The head of the region noted that the anti-crisis commission will assess the effectiveness of measures taken on a weekly basis, and, if necessary, on a daily basis.

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