The first PPP projects need foreign experts
July 21, 2015
Today, Public-Private Partnership (PPP) is not new in Kyrgyzstan. But just 2 or 3 years ago, PPP was confused with privatization, joint ventures, public procurements, and even GKChP (Soviet coup). But gradually, this form of cooperation between government and business has become part of our lives.
The Cost of Doing Business in The Kyrgyz Republic, 2nd edition
June 19, 2015
In this edition, the reader will find up-to-date information on opening and operating a business in the Kyrgyz Republic. All data has been obtained from reliable official sources. It will be useful for those who are considering investment in various sectors of the economy or looking for opportunities to expand their business.
Country Tax Guide, 2015
June 18, 2015
Baker Tilly Bishkek prepared Country Tax Guide that is designed to provide a summary of the taxes which apply to business and individuals.
International conference discusses migration problems in Central Asia
June 11, 2015
Central Asia is an important region in terms of migration flows. Migration has a huge impact on security in Central Asia. Due to high unemployment and low living standards, there are threats such as the spread of drugs and human trafficking, religious extremism and separatism.
IBC supports Government initiatives to combat corruption
May 29, 2015
Law enforcement agencies should be an example of honesty and honor, Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Temir Sariyev said at a meeting of Kyrgyzstan’s Council on Security and Law Enforcement. The Premier advised heads of law enforcement agencies to get rid of dishonest workers and not to employ them anymore.
German business interested in implementing investment projects in Kyrgyzstan
May 28, 2015
International Business Council took part in a first Kyrgyz-German business forum recently held as part of the Day of German Economy in Kyrgyzstan. The event was organized by the Investment Promotion Agency under the Economy Ministry of Kyrgyzstan in cooperation with the Delegation of German Economy for Central Asia and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Kyrgyzstan.
Downsizing as a Consequence of the Global Financial Crisis
April 9, 2015
Today the global financial crisis is the most acute and discussed topic. In order to save finance, many companies are forced to decrease production volumes, reduce jobs or cut staff. Moreover, companies tend to turn out their employees literally in one day, first requesting them to submit a letter of resignation under the pretext that the company’s financial condition has worsened as a result of the financial crisis.