In the Rostov region are working to improve the business environment


In Rostov-on-Don, an expanded meeting of the Council on Entrepreneurship under the Government of the Rostov region and the regional interdepartmental commission on reducing administrative barriers took place. The meeting was chaired by the deputy head of the region Yuri Molodchenko. Participants were representatives of leading companies, executive authorities, the business community, business ombudsman Oleg Dereza, as well as head of the agency for strategic initiatives for the Southern Federal District Yevgeny Doroshenko.

The key topic of the meeting was the issue of improving the conditions for doing business in the Rostov region. The report was presented by the Minister of Economic Development Maxim Papushenko.

The Government of the Russian Federation in conjunction with the Agency for Strategic Initiatives in early 2017. Target models are aimed at changes in various areas - construction, registration of property rights, engineering infrastructure, and, one of the key areas - support for small and medium-sized businesses. In February 2017, nine "road maps" for the implementation of these target models were approved in the Rostov region. Maxim Papushenko reported on the results of their implementation.

As the minister noted, despite the fact that the final results of the introduction of target models will be summed up in 2020, the region takes the leading positions on some indicators today - in particular, the number of non-stationary retail facilities in the Rostov region exceeds the target value by almost half.

Evaluates the effectiveness of the implementation of the "road map" expert council, which includes 44 people. As noted by Eugene Doroshenko, following the results of recent monitoring, the level of training of the Rostov region was assessed as the best in the Southern Federal District.

"Some progress has already been made in our work, but we are not going to stop there," Yury Molodchenko summed up the event. "We still have tasks to improve the legislative framework, optimize control and supervision activities, as well as expand access to credit resources and public services."