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Tax cuts for Belarusian businesses planned

What should be a catalyst for economic growth in Belarus and how to manage the state and the role of modern business? These and other issues will be discussed by authorities and businessmen from across the country.

The Belarusian Business Week kicks off in Minsk February 24.

The program includes more than a hundred round tables, presentations, workshops and exchange of lessons from the leading economists of Belarus. The forums will discuss the pressing problems of entrepreneurship in Belarus,

including the reduction of tax burden and simplification of administrative procedures.

Entrepreneurs have already prepared their proposals.

Vladimir Karyagin, chairman of the presidium of the Republican Confederation of Entrepreneurship Minsk Capital Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers:
We must hurry up and work together. On business projects. In various regions and sectors. God gave us conditions to produce environmentally friendly products, which many countries cannot produce. It will be in demand on the world markets. But only if we use modern technologies.

Now one of the main tasks for Belarus is to give business more freedom.

Work in this direction is already underway. Belarusian Trade Inspection has imposed a moratorium on checks, while sanitary rules are being significantly simplified, which will help people open new businesses faster.

SEE: What transformations does Belarusian business need?

Tax cuts for Belarusian businesses planned