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Govt cancels some regulatory acts in intellectual property, waste disposal, biofuel production – PM
KYIV. March 17 (Interfax-Ukraine) – The Cabinet of Ministers has canceled some regulatory acts in the field of intellectual property, waste disposal and biofuel production, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has said.
“The government continues to rely on supporting the private sector so that our economy grows again. Therefore, deregulation is becoming one of the key reforms in the economic sphere,” Shmyhal said at a government meeting on Friday.
According to the Prime Minister, the Interdepartmental Working Group on Deregulation created by the Cabinet of Ministers is successfully reviewing regulatory instruments and removing unnecessary barriers.
“Today, we are canceling some regulatory acts in the field of intellectual property, in the field of waste disposal, and in the field of biofuel production. It will allow businesses to work more efficiently and spend less time on unnecessary bureaucracy,” he said.
As the representative of the Cabinet of Ministers in the Verkhovna Rada, Taras Melnychuk, later said on his Telegram channel, these changes were made to exclude irrelevant and outdated instruments of government regulation, namely: the issuance of control stamps for the distribution of copies of audiovisual works, phonograms, videograms, computer programs, databases; conclusions of the research organization regarding the technical impossibility of neutralizing and utilizing harmful substances, production wastes and wastewater; conclusions that the goods that are used to develop production and ensure the consumption of biological fuels are not produced and have no analogues in Ukraine.