Ukraine: abolishment of regulatory permits
By Alexander Boboshko
On 9 April 2014, the Ukrainian parliament adopted Draft Law No. 2436a on Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts, which brings about a significant reduction in the number of mandatory permit documents. The overall number of permit licences — currently 113 — will be reduced significantly on the law’s entry into force, which is expected during the next three months.
The main changes relate accordingly to the food, grain, agrochemical, energy and transport industries, as well as to subsoil and waste management matters. Based on this law, the following regulatory permits and authorisations will be abolished…
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