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In the Kamchatka Territory, the Standard for the Development of Competition
The introduction of the Competition Development Standard in Kamchatka became one of the main topics that were discussed at a meeting of the Public Council under the Ministry of Economic Development, Entrepreneurship and Trade of the Kamchatka Territory, the press service of the regional administration reports. The work is carried out within the framework of the action plan ("road map") "Development of competition and improvement of antimonopoly policy" approved by the Government of the Russian Federation. According to the "road map" in 2015, the entities are obliged to organize the implementation of the Competition Standard in their territories.
“During 2014, the regions must carry out organizational work and prepare the necessary basis in order to approach this work productively in January 2015, -explained the Deputy Minister of Economic Development, Entrepreneurship and Trade of Kamchatka Krai Oksana Gerasimova. “At the same time, this year five pilot regions have been identified, where the Standard is being implemented. We are actively cooperating with these regions, studying their best practices in order to then apply them in our country. "
The authorized executive body in the region to promote competition is the Ministry of Economic Development of the Kamchatka Territory. Its tasks include coordination of activities for the implementation of measures provided for by the "road map".
In addition, according to the requirement of the Standard, a collegial body should be created. At this site will be considered all the regulations that will be adopted in the province on the development of competition. It is planned that in Kamchatka, such a body will be an interdepartmental working group under the Investment Council of the Kamchatka Territory. To this end, public associations of entrepreneurs and the executive authorities of the Kamchatka Territory are recommended to send to the Ministry of Economic Development, Entrepreneurship and Trade of the Kamchatka Territory proposals for candidates for inclusion in this working group. Offers will be accepted until 20 August 2014.
The next direction in the implementation of the Standard is the approval of a list of priority and socially significant markets to promote competition.
“Let me remind you that socially significant markets include mandatory markets established by the Russian government. These are healthcare, education, housing and communal services, transport, retail trade, -Told Oksana Gerasimova... - Priority markets will include those that we consider important for the development of the economy of the Kamchatka Territory. It can be a fishery complex, tourism development. Information on the development of the list should be open and discussed by the business. "
As a result, a "road map" of specific measures for the development of competition in the region will be developed according to the list of industries that will be formed. It, among other things, should include specific terms and results planned to be achieved during the implementation of the Standard. The roadmap itself will be considered by the Investment Council and approved by the Governor of the Kamchatka Territory.
Also, one of the requirements for the implementation of the Standard is the creation of a mechanism for public control over the activities of subjects of natural monopolies. It was recommended that Kamchatka entrepreneurs send to the Public Chamber of the region proposals on candidacies of representatives to form the Consumer Council on the activities of natural monopolies. Proposals are accepted until September 1.
The work that is being done in Kamchatka to introduce the Competition Development Standard should be open. This is also one of the requirements. Her discussion is planned at various venues. The Kamchatka business community should also take an active part in the implementation of the Standard.