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In Buryatia it is necessary to resolve three "hot spots" of the economy

According to the Minister of Economy of Buryatia, Tatyana Dumnova, it is necessary to resolve three "hot spots" in the region: an increase in the tax burden, high interest rates on loans, and an increase in supervisory checks.

Banks together with the business are invited to consider the possibility of restructuring debts and extending loan agreements. Only those enterprises, where a development program has been developed, will be able to count on state support. For these purposes, 2015 million rubles were pledged in 14. The main support will be given to projects aimed at import substitution of agricultural products.

An important task of the authorities to protect the business from excessive checks. Amendments to the legislation are only planned, but already now the business community is invited to work out the issue of improving state control over enterprises.

Another impetus to the development of entrepreneurship will be the introduction of tax holidays: two years for the first time created IP will not pay taxes if their business concerns industrial and domestic services. In addition, local governments could cancel the introduction of a property tax for enterprises for one to two years.

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