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In several regions of the Far Eastern Federal District, there is less pressure on business

In several regions of the Far Eastern Federal District, there is less pressure on business
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The regions of the Far East were among the territories with the least administrative pressure on business. Amur Region has risen above all in the ranking.

The annual rating was presented in his report “Administrative Pressure Index - 2020” by the Commissioner for the Rights of Entrepreneurs Boris Titov. According to information RIA Newsthe worst situation is in Kabardino-Balkaria - there the pressure from the control and oversight bodies is highest.

The business feels the least pressure in the Ulyanovsk region. On the fifth line, according to the results of the year, Primorsky Krai is located. In 2019, the region was only at 19 positions. In seventh place is the Jewish Autonomous Region, which last year was only on the 45th line of the administrative pressure index. The eighth line is in the Amur Region, which last year ranked 57th.

The remaining regions of the Far East were not in the top ten. Khabarovsk Territory lost ground, falling in the middle of the rating from fourth place last year, Kamchatka (was on the seventh line), Magadan Oblast (tenth place).

The administrative pressure index is based on data received from the regional commissioners for the rights of entrepreneurs, authorities, the Ministry of Economic Development, Rosstat, judicial statistics and the Federal Social Security Service, Rostrud and the Unified Register of Inspections. The report of Boris Titov clarifies that the current index was compiled at the end of 2019, and the economic recovery after the pandemic will depend on how much the pressure on business decreases.

At the same time, the report states that 42,7% of entrepreneurs noted the tightening of administrative barriers to business. Another 42% believe that barriers to business have not changed at the end of the year. The survey was conducted in February-March 2020.


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