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The government’s plan to accelerate the pace of economic growth will be based on the idea of the growth of private investment, said the head of the Ministry Maxim Oreshkin
The basic idea of a government plan to accelerate the economy in the 2017-2025 year will be the growth of private market investments. This was at the Congress of the Russian Union of Industrialists and entrepreneurs (RUIE), said the Minister of economic development Maxim Oreshkin, reports RBC.
Contribute to the growth of investment, expectations Oreshkin, economic predictability and “building mutual trust between business and government”.
The government has already made progress in achieving sustainability of the macroeconomic policy, said the Minister, but not enough for the growth of investment activity. We need stability in the tax system, tariffs of natural monopolies, systems of control and supervision, listed.. Another task of the authorities is effective employment, namely the growth of labour productivity and workers ‘ skills, and reducing structural unemployment.
The Ministry of economic development works in these areas with the business associations, the Minister said, now the Ministry has a working group on preparation of the economic plan.
At the end of February, the Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev has singled out three basic measures of the government’s plan to accelerate economic development. According to him, to enhance the pace of development of the Russian economy it is necessary to create a sustainable environment, increasing productivity and creating infrastructure for the introduction of the digital economy
As explained Medvedev, sustainable environment means a complex of measures aimed at ensuring the stability of the macroeconomic dynamics and stability of business — the sustainability of the systems of tax and non-tax payments and tariffs of natural monopolies, principles of Supervisory activities and measures of state regulation and state support. “Clear rules — one of the key aspects of investment decision-making,” said then Prime Minister.