In recent years, Ukraine has managed to do a lot in terms of business deregulation, vice Prime Minister, social policy minister Serhiy Tihipko said at the international conference "Improving the business environment - the main factor of creating a competitive economy", ForUm correspondent reports.

"In particular, there was simplified procedure of setting up the business in terms of the statutory rules and the need to legalize regulatory documents for registration. We are now able to set up businesses under electronic registration," Tihipko said. He added that there was also simplified procedure of obtaining permissive documents, list of licensed activities was 90% reduced.

In addition, starting from January 1, 2013, comes into force a new version of the law on bankruptcy, where all the rules are defined more clearly and procedures are simplified. The licensing center network was opened. There are 700 of them currently.

"We're trying to reunite businesses and government agencies via these centers, to establish a contact between them and make the business clearly know all the terms of licensing procedures," the official continued.

Also, according to him, obtaining of building permits was simplified: the European system of market monitoring was introduced, which has significantly reduced the burden on the operators.

"But how has that influenced the situation? Where we have actually resorted to radical measures, the situation has indeed improved. However, where the bureaucracy have still chances for some specific solutions, the situation has become worse. Therefore it is very important to continue the transformation, especially in field of inspections, which are now obstruct much the entrepreneurs," the official said.

According to Tihipko, the number of different inspections should be reduced at least three-fold by implementing what has already been provided for in the relevant laws, which state: "When an enterprise has no risks, when it is large, when it owns the means of production, such an enterprise should be inspected every five years," he concluded.


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