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MOSCOW, June 14 (Itar-Tass) —— Russia’s Federal Anti-Monopoly Service /FAS/ suggests designing separate programmes for development of competition in every sector.
The service’s Head Igor Artemyev said the authority plans to make ten key strategic suggestions and to present them to the government on June 14.
“Organisationally, we suggest having a governmental project commission to develop competition, which may be supervises by a deputy prime minister,” he said. “The commission would discuss with businesses and promote these ten suggestions.”
Russia’s earlier programme to develop competition turned out to be a “useless document,” he continued.
“Much work of state officials, including those at the Federal Anti-Monopoly Service, has brought a zero result,” he added.
Russia’s government adopted the programme to develop competition in the Russian Federation to 2012 back in 2009.