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25 Feb 2015

Kobyakov: Modernized plants should operate as efficiently as possible

Kobyakov: Modernized plants should operate as efficiently as possible

MINSK, 25 February (BelTA) - The modernized plants in Belarus should work as efficiently as possible, Belarusian Prime Minister Andrei Kobyakov said at the session of the House of Representatives of the fifth convocation when presenting the government action program for 2015, BelTA has learned.

"Taking into account our financial capabilities the government made the following decision: we will finance all projects that are more than 80% ready in 2015 and complete them. We have implemented big upgrade programs in the entire sectors such as woodworking and dairy industries. A number of enterprises are being built in the construction industry. The main task now is to ensure that everything that we have created, should operate effectively, sell their products abroad and earn profits,” said Andrei Kobyakov.

Working in foreign markets is not easy. The situation has changed since the time we launched several modernization projects, the Prime Minister said. But there are all opportunities for all upgrade project to be a success, he noted.

"We cannot stand still. We are thinking of putting all government support issues on a competitive basis. All issues related to the state support, soft loans are being transferred under the supervision of the Development Bank. We want to implement the principle: who offers the best terms gets the money. The money should be invested in the projects which can give the maximum effect,” stressed the Prime Minister.

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