Putin, Rouhani stress importance of joint efforts in settlement of Syrian conflictRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 27, 14:32
Federatsiya spacecraft’s first flight may be rescheduled to 2022 - sourceScience & Space May 27, 14:29
Zbigniew Brzezinski dies at age of 89World May 27, 6:57
More than two-thirds of Russians say would like to venerate St Nicholas’s relicsSociety & Culture May 27, 6:40
Russian space budget may grow this yearScience & Space May 26, 20:48
Moscow hopes London High Court will deliver judgement on Ukraine’s debt to Russia soonBusiness & Economy May 26, 20:21
Hungarian top diplomat: EU must discuss anti-Russian sanctionsWorld May 26, 19:56
Russian, French top diplomats discuss preparations for Putin’s visit to FranceRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 26, 19:47
Moscow comments on Tallinn’s move to expel Russian diplomatsRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 26, 19:43
MOSCOW, January 3. /TASS/. The law on a 3-year moratorium on inspections of small business has come into force in Russia starting from January 1, 2016. It concerns individual entrepreneurs and legal entities coming within definition of small business.
"The law in itself is a victory for us, a step forward. I think business will feel the results of efforts in this direction," President of Business Russia (Delovaya Rossiya) Alexey Repik told TASS.
The law, which imposes a 3-year moratorium on planned inspections, is aimed at easing operating conditions for small business and partially becoming a supportive measure amid challenging economic environment.
According to Repik, the measures stipulated by the law on moratorium should be of systemic and permanent nature. "Three years will pass while the problem needs to be tackled in general," he said.
The moratorium will not concern small business operating in the fields of medical care, education, social sphere, heat supply, electricity, energy preservation and energy efficiency improvement.
Meanwhile, a number of inspections will be kept, including safety surveillance, fire oversight, environmental surveillance, etc.
The law also defines risk-oriented approach when organizing state supervision over business for reducing expenditures of business and reaching optimal use of supervisory bodies. This risk-oriented approach may be applied starting from January 1, 2018 and may serve as a base for government’s making a decision in certain cases not to make planned and field checks and to reduce or set another date for any inspection.
At the same time the Russian government has the right to outline certain types of state supervision, which may be made using risk-oriented approach before January 1, 2018.