Desk research of economic development strategies in Moldova
December 11, 2013
The IBC project conducted desk research of economic development strategies in Moldova.
For the sustainable development of the Republic of Moldova, the government, with the support of international donors, developed an Economic Growth Program and Poverty Reduction Strategy for 2004-2007.
Tatiana Kim on Fiscal Policy of the Ministry of Finance
April 23, 2013
In early March 2013 the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic decided to transfer the fiscal policy functions from the Ministry of Economy to the Ministry of Finance. The business community reacted negatively to this decision, thinking that it was dictated by International Monetary Fund (IMF), and in fact hands over to IMF some functions of fiscal policy elaboration and administering. Business community sent a letter to President Almazbek Atambayev and Prime Minister Jantoro Satybaldiev.
Comparative table of taxes in Central Asia
October 15, 2012
This guide was prepared by Baker Tilly Bishkek, Baker Tilly Eltal Kazakhstan, Baker Tilly Tajikistan, Baker Tilly Turkmen and Baker Tilly Uzbekistan independent members of Baker Tilly International. It is designed to provide comparative information on brief summary of the Tax Codes to those considering investing or doing business in Central Asia.
Summary of legal acts on subsoil use
September 17, 2012
International Business Council offers a summary of most important regulatory legal acts of the Kyrgyz Republic adopted in 2012 in the field of mineral resources. The summary is presented in a form of comprehensive table, which provides short information on each legal act, as well as status at which it currently fits.
Microfinance sector in Kyrgyzstan
June 29, 2012
The microfinance sector, which emerged in Kyrgyzstan in 1995, is today a leader in the Central Asia. Over the last 15 years, the sector has been developing steadily and rapidly.
Microfinance is becoming more common in the Kyrgyz market, complementing the traditional banking segment. The microfinance sector aims to increase economic activity, create jobs and reduce poverty.
Challenges of hydropower development in Kyrgyzstan
June 26, 2012
Kyrgyzstan is a country with enormous hydropower resources by the amount of which it is ranked 3rd among the CIS countries after Russia and Tajikistan. However, despite significant hydropower resources capable of giving strong impulse to economic development of Kyrgyzstan, our country has yet to benefit from its natural wealth.