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Institute of Commissioner on protection of rights and interests of entrepreneurs under the President was established in Uzbekistan.
President of Uzbekistan signed a decree “On establishing institute of Commissioner on protection of rights and interests of entrepreneurs under the President of Uzbekistan”.
Institute will help to introduce new mechanisms of efficient dialogue between business entities and state bodies, create additional guarantees of state protection of rights and interests of entrepreneurs.
According to the decree, the Commissioner will participate in formation and realization of the state policy in the sphere.
Commissioner will provide legal assistance to business entities during inspection of their activities.
Commissioner will study norms and requirements of the legislation on guarantees of entrepreneurship freedom.
New body will assess efficiency of newly adopted legal documents and prepare proposals to improve corresponding legislation.
Commissioner will conduct its operations independently from the state bodies and their officials. The decree said that President appoints and fires Commissioner on protection of rights and interests of entrepreneurs.
The decree also set rights and authorities of the Commissioner on protection of rights and interests of entrepreneurs.
Uzbek President also ordered to develop a draft law “On Commissioner on protection of rights and interests of entrepreneurs under the President of Uzbekistan”.
The document will define the legal framework and guarantees, the main principles of the Commissioner’s activities, his rights and duties, the procedure for considering appeals of business entities, the procedure for its interaction with state bodies, business entities and civil society institutions.
Uzbekistan’s industrial production reached 28.3 trillion soums in Jan-Feb.06 March 2018
Trade Representative Office of Uzbekistan opened in China.17 February 2018
Uzbekistan and South Korea discuss trade and economic relations.02 February 2018
The World Bank allocates US$500 million to support horticulture sector development in Uzbekistan.14 January 2018
Exports of Uzbekistan reach US$13.9 billion in 2017.14 January 2018
Uzbekistan’s GDP grew by 5.3% in 2017.