The Cabinet of Ministers intends to submit to the Verkhovna Rada the bills on further stimulation of economic development and production in Ukraine, Prime Minister Mykola Azarov said during the Cabinet’s meeting, ForUm correspondent reports.

"The government bills, which weren’t considered by the previous convocation of the Parliament, should be upgraded before the next session of the Verkhovna Rada, and re-submitted, according to the laws," he said.

Azarov paid attention to the bill, worked out by the Economic Development and Trade Ministry of Ukraine, on amendments to the law of Ukraine on the basic principles of state control over economic activity to limit interference in the activity of the economic entities.

"This is a continuation of the course for deregulation, for maximum protection of the manufacturer and entrepreneur, to create the most favorable conditions for investment in the country," he said and added that business considers too many unnecessary inspections to be the main obstacles in their work.

"Thus, minimization of the inspections, combining in one integrated inspection by different bodies of state control is a very significant relief for doing business. That is what this bill regulates," Azarov emphasized.

Azarov said that this bill bans inspecting of an economic entity separately by different bodies of state control within one calendar year, if it has already participated in the integrated inspections.

Prime Minister instructed economic development and trade minister Ihor Prasolov to expedite the finalization of the bill and submit it to the government.


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