UzLiDeP discusses development of economy
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) --
On 25 September 2014, the Central pre-election staff of Liberal Democratic Party of Uzbekistan (UzLiDeP) organized a session of the forum of entrepreneurship and farmers dedicated to discussing forming favourable business climate to speed up development of small and private entrepreneurship in the country.
Members of UzLiDeP underlined that each elections are new opportunities and great responsibility, as well as “democratic exam” for political parties, which will show how the parties were able to impress voters.
It was underlined that such forums create platform for exchange of opinion and discuss with small businesses and farmers, as well as voters on efficiency of social-economic and public-political reforms.
The party underlined that formation of favourable business climate will help to form middle class of owners, who play great role in development of the country.
The participants underlined that the presidential decrees and resolutions, adopted in recent years, allowed to further improve business environment and cut red-tape. The MPs and UzLiDeP structures played key role in implementation of these documents. UzLiDeP MPs actively participated in development of new laws on improving and simplifying business activities in Uzbekistan. It was worth to mention that businesses and farmers participated in discussion of the draft laws.
The party implements several projects to support and develop business activities in the country, including attraction of youth to business activities. The party also focuses on improving access of small and private businesses to credit resources.
At the forum, the participants discussed concrete proposals on further forming favourable business climate in Uzbekistan to foster development of small and private businesses in the country. It was underlined that Uzbekistan should increase share of small and private businesses up to 70-80% of GDP and ensure that Uzbekistan will enter top 50 of Doing Business ranking of World Bank and IFC by 2020.