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'Celebrating Reform 2007' gains profitable reforms within the 10 parts lined within the 'Doing enterprise' studies. those circumstances reports span the globe—from Serbia to El Salvador, from Egypt to Nigeria—and offer classes on what it takes to be successful. someone drawn to reforming enterprise rules will locate 'Celebrating Reform' a beneficial source.
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At the time, Bendukidze was president and CEO of Russia’s largest engineering company, United Heavy Machinery. In this capacity, he oversaw more than 200,000 workers and a budget larger than the state government budget of Georgia. Bendukidze and his team started with an ambitious privatization program, but within a few months their agenda outgrew the confines of expanding private sector activity and generating budget revenues. In December 2004 Bendukidze became the State Minister for Reform Coordination.
Land management fell to the State Department of Land Management, along with several other agencies whose responsibilities overlapped and sometimes contradicted each other. Decisions on land management, disposition, and registration were often delayed, confused, and swayed by bribes. 39 Registering property CASE STUDY: GEORGIA In 1996 Parliament issued the Law on Land Registration. But the law had a major flaw: the registry recorded only initial owners, not subsequent transactions. The State Department of Land Management tried to solve the problem but was overwhelmed with other tasks.
All ministries and agencies had to show that their license was needed to minimize health, satefy or other risks. As a result, the law reduced the number of business activities requiring a license from 909 to 159. “And it’s not over yet,” says deputy-minister Lejava. The government plans to reduce the number of required licenses to 130 by the end of 2007. The one-stop shop allows entrepreneurs to submit all their documents to one department, which is obliged within a month to undertake all required steps to issue a license or inform an applicant of the reasons for refusal.
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