Ukrainian business establishes partnership with the Government for legislation development
Ukraine continues gradually improving the dialogue between business and the government. In future participants of the agrarian market will receive significant opportunities to influence the further improvement of the applicable legislation of Ukraine in the sphere, declared Evgenia Novichkova, Senior Associate at CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz TOV, during her speech at the conference "Grain Forum - 2014" on June 17 in Odessa.
It is necessary to cancel the control of the authorities where it is not needed at all. To date there is no way to completely root out corruption, including the one in agriculture, but its level can be reduced. Interaction between business and the government is significantly important, said the expert.
Also, E.Novichkova named the main directions of changes in the legislative framework of Ukraine, which need to be worked out in the nearest future.
First of all, E.Novichkova named the unification of Ukrainian legislation and European legislation. It is equally important to improve the legislative framework on deregulation, taxation and land sector, said the lawyer, adding that next season the Ukrainian business should hardly expect for any cardinal changes in the rules of the land market in Ukraine.
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