Wednesday, November 5, 2008

LECTURE- Reduction of Regulatory Barriers in Kyrgyzstan, K. Omuraliev, AUCA, Bishkek, Nov. 5

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LECTURE- Reduction of Regulatory Barriers in Kyrgyzstan, AUCA, Bishkek, Nov. 5

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The Social Research Center (SRC) at American University of Central Asia
Presents a LECTURE within its research track on corruption:
"Reduction of regulatory-administrative barriers to the development of
entrepreneurship in Kyrgyzstan: major results and unsolved problems"

Kubanychbek Omuraliev, executive director of Kyrgyz Parliamentarians Against
Time: 5 p.m., November 5, 2008
Venue: Room 315, AUCA main building
Language: Russian


Entrepreneurship is one of the major goals of reforms aimed at creating
effective economic systems, and one of the components necessary for the
successful development of a state as a whole. To develop entrepreneurship,
in turn, it is necessary to reduce regulatory-administrative barriers such
as high tax burdens, frequent and groundless inspections, unstable and
unpredictable business regulations; legislation gaps; and unwieldy customs
regulations. Such barriers, in one way or another, promote corruption in
Kyrgyzstan and create an unhealthy atmosphere for the development of
businesses. In his lecture, Kubanychbek Omuraliev will present his
recommendations for addressing these problems, which he developed in a
policy brief written as part of SRC's project on corruption.


Mr. Omuraliev graduated from the Skryabin Kyrgyz Agricultural Institute,
worked as the national coordinator for the Kyrgyz Republic in the
consultative group of the Secretariat of the Anticorruption Network of
Transition Countries, OECD; served as deputy to the Ambassador in the Kyrgyz
Embassy in the USA and Canada; and has authored a number of publications,
including "Review of the Legislative and Institutional Bases for
Anticorruption Activities in the Kyrgyz Republic," which was published in
Bishkek in 2005.

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