IMPLEMENTING THE NATIONAL PLAN, KALUGA REGION HIT THE TARGETS ON 35 MARKETS OUT OF 41

12-03-2019 | 10:04

The Competition Policy Minister of the Kaluga region, Nikolai Vladimirov, presented a report to the Regional Cabinet of Ministers with statistics on the state of business, informs “Krasnaya Vesna” Information Agency.  

 

The region is demonstrating a significant growth of competition. Entrepreneurs highlight good conditions for doing business.

 

According to the Minister, only 1% of businessmen do not face competition; 16% find it rather low, while 83% point out a higher level of competition.

 

He added that the Kaluga region has hit 35 targets out of 41 set until 2022.

 



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