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Ministry of Justice proposes to reduce fines for small businesses

Ministry of Justice proposes to reduce fines for small businesses
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The Ministry of Justice submitted amendments to the Administrative Code. The new version of the document proposes to reduce a number of fines for small and medium-sized businesses.

As they write "News», The administrative burden may decrease, including for NGOs and socially oriented non-profit organizations. Fines for SMEs and these organizations were equated to fines for individual entrepreneurs.

The Ministry of Justice explained that such innovations were proposed by the Corporation for the Development of SMEs and the Business Community. In addition to a general reduction in the amount of fines, it is planned to introduce a ban on the summation of fines for similar offenses for SMEs and NPOs. Also, administrative fines are planned to be allowed to be replaced with warnings at the first detected violation.

 

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