Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev approved a proposal to develop a national competition development plan, reports RIA Novosti citing Director of the Federal Antimonopoly Service Igor Artemyev as saying to the reporters on Thursday.
According to Mr Artemyev the Service will report to the government on the plan’s development in two months.
“Medvedev has agreed with the proposal from us and several ministries to develop and submit to the Russian president a national plan for improvement of competition in Russia,” he said, adding that the plan is supposed to be similar to the national plan for fighting corruption.
“The government is now working on corresponding bills. We have received a firm ruling of the prime minister to submit corresponding suggestions and bills in two months and we will coordinate them with the presidential administration,” Mr Artemyev said.
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