New economic policy to create scope for business development – Kazakh President

Nov.18. Trend. Astana

By Daniyar Mukhtarov

New economic policy to create scope for business development – Kazakh PresidentThe New Economic Policy Nurly Jol will create wide opportunities for business development, said the president of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, the press service of Acorda (Kazakh president’s official website) said Nov.18.

President met with Chairman of the Bureau of the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of Kazakhstan Timur Kulibayev and chairman of the NCE Ablai Myrzahmetov.

Nazarbayev said that the state pays great attention to the development of entrepreneurship, and provides full support and assistance in this regard.

“This year the moratorium on business inspections ends,” said Nursultan Nazarbayev. “Since January 1, the Eurasian Economic Union begins its work, therefore, our businessmen should be ready to compete in the new environment. In addition, new economic policy Nurly Jol provides a wide scope for the development of business in Kazakhstan. Every entrepreneur has to find its niche, “integrate” in the market.”

In turn, Timur Kulibayev thanked for the support in the development and strengthening of the National Chamber of entrepreneurs.

“All controls of the National Chamber have already been established and operate, in particular the Bureau and the government, as well as provincial regional management,” said Kulibayev. “Work on a sectoral and regional basis has been arranged in the committees of the Bureau. The close work with the Attorney General’s Office has been designed. Ashat Daulbaev conducts quarterly conference call with all heads of the regional Prosecutor’s Offices, which examine the applications of entrepreneurs and take necessary measures.”

During the meeting Ablay Myrzahmetov said that the business community received a new message of the president with great enthusiasm, noting its timeliness.

“The confidence of entrepreneurs strengthened in the fact that the state will provide the necessary support,” said the chairman of the board of the National Chamber. “Now they are getting ready for a serious and a lot of work.”

He said that one of the priorities of the NCE is to protect human business. At present, the Chamber has received more than 3,500 applications on the matter, each of them is recorded, and the corresponding work on them is being carried out.