As NSDC Secretary Anatoly Kinakh told a Saturday news conference in Kiev, which was held after joint deliberations of the ULIE Board and the Council of the Federation of Ukrainian employers (both organisations are headed by Kinakh), he will press for punishing those officials who misled President Victor Yushchenko with regard to special economic zones and priority development territories.
According to Kinakh, following the President's errand, an inventory of Ukraine's special economic zones and priority development territories has been completed.
The inventory involved about 590 investment projects and showed that in implementing about 170 such projects the investors fully met their commitments.
About 245 projects warrant continuation, Kinakh noted. At least 60 percent to 65 percent of the investment projects in special economic zones and priority development territories benefited Ukraine, NSDC Secretary insisted.
In Kinakh's opinion, only those projects should be abrogated in which the investors failed to meet their commitments.
Proposals with regard to the further destiny of special economic zones and priority development territories will be considered in late October by a session of the Consultative Council for investments under the President, to which European and other foreign investors will be invited.
As Anatoly Kinakh noted, Victor Yushchenko will personally meet with the investors to discuss ways toward making the authority - business dialogue more efficient, Cabinet's press office reported.
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