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MOSCOW, August 13. /TASS/. The Advisory Board under the Russian Government suggests clarifying grounds for appointment of joint inspections of businessmen by government authorities and taking into consideration estimated costs of such inspections.
Experts prepared proposals in follow-up of discussions of this issue with business and expert communities and on the basis of information furnished by the Economic Development Ministry and the oversight agencies, press service of the Open Government told TASS on Thursday.
"A joint inspection should be appointed subject to such characteristics of inspected entities as, for example, turnover, seasonal pattern and cycles of operations. An additional research is required and costs of business should be estimated in order to determine categories of companies with high feasibility for joint inspections," the press service of the Open Government said. The draft law on government and municipal control developed for the time being is to establish basic principles and mechanisms of interaction among authorities, oversight agencies and the business, the press service said.