Kyrgyzstan

Weekly Update: Eurasia

Kyrgyzstan – The Corporate Governance School (CGS) held an award ceremony this week for 16 members of the audit committees of state-owned enterprises who completed CGS’ series of training seminars on corporate governance principles, passed their qualifying exams, and received certificates of completion.

Weekly Update: Eurasia

Moldova – The Expert Commission that led last week's public hearing on tax penalties and fines met to discuss and finalize a summary report from the event, which presents the issues, documents the arguments made, and discusses recommendations offered. This report will be widely disseminated to relevant stakeholders and made public during a press conference in the coming weeks.

Weekly Update: Eurasia

Moldova - On June 17, the Expert Commission that led last week's public hearing on tax penalties and fines met to discuss and finalize a summary report from the event, which presents the issues, documents the arguments made, and discusses recommendations offered. This report will be widely disseminated to relevant stakeholders and made public during a press conference in the coming weeks.

Weekly Update: Eurasia

Albania – CIPE Program Officer for Eastern Europe and Eurasia Natalia Otel Belan visited Tirana from April 6-8 to work with CIPE partners, the Albanian Center for Economic Research and the Albanian Meat Importers and Producers Association. Belan discussed the preliminary results of an implementation gap analysis of the tax inspection process in Albania.

Weekly Update: Eurasia

Azerbaijan – From March 22-23, the Entrepreneurship Development Foundation held a two-day seminar for a group of university-age Azerbaijani youth on economic reform issues. Sixteen young people participated in the seminars, which included 11 presentations on topics such as youth and business, entrepreneurship, good governance, and economic growth.

Weekly Update: Eurasia

Azerbaijan– On March 16, the Entrepreneurship Development Foundation (EDF) held two half-day seminars for a group of university-age Azerbaijani youth to educate them on economic reform issues. Twenty young people participated in the seminars, which included five presentations on topics such as the foundations of new institutional economics, economic growth, and policy reform.

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Kyrgyzstan– The Corporate Governance School held two seminars this week for 29 executive committee members from the boards of directors of state-owned enterprises in sectors including utilities, financial services, and transportation. Local corporate governance experts Andrei Zalepo, Nurbek Elebaev, and Elmira Alimova facilitated the seminars, which covered topics including corporate relations, conflict resolution, strategic management, and planning.

 

Weekly Update: Eurasia

Moldova – On January 29, members of the National Business Agenda (NBA) Strategic Council advocated for pro-business reforms at a public consultation with the government and the International Monetary Fund, discussing fiscal and customs policy issues.

Weekly Update: Eurasia

Kyrgyzstan – On December 5-6 in Bishkek, the Development Policy Institute held an economic journalism conference attended by over 100 journalists, journalism professors, journalism students, and entrepreneurs, as well as government officials. Jaroslav Romanchuk, a CIPE partner who heads the Strategy Analytical Center, traveled to Kyrgyzstan to give two main presentations on writing about macroeconomic themes and on how society benefits from a free press.

Weekly Update: Eurasia

Kyrgyzstan – The Development Policy Institute conducted a press conference with a specialist from the Ministry of Energy on energy efficiency and the increase of energy tariffs. Fourteen representatives over various media outlets participated, and as a result, four articles on the topics covered were published in the Kyrgyz media.

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