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Титов Борис
Boris Titov
Presidential Commissioner of the Russian Federation for the Protection of Entrepreneurs’ Rights
Quotes
05.09.2019
EEF 2019
Improving National Jurisdiction and Protecting Investors’ Rights
We need to prohibit the initiation of administrative proceedings on <...> quasi-checks <...> which means you can conduct verification procedures, but you cannot administer punishment until you have permission from the prosecutor’s office. This would be a really good move, and it could lead to a sharp reduction in the number of control and supervision measures
05.09.2019
EEF 2019
Improving National Jurisdiction and Protecting Investors’ Rights
The prosecutor’s office, which supports state prosecution, should initiate the investigation, and this investigation should work for the prosecutor’s office <...> Today this is not the case and as a result the prosecutor’s office is practically unable to control and supervise investigations
05.09.2019
EEF 2019
Improving National Jurisdiction and Protecting Investors’ Rights
The supervisory authorities have found other ways to circumvent the supervisory control of the prosecutor’s office, and today they perform supervisory control in other ways, referred to as monitoring, raids and administrative investigations <...> and they are all carried out <...> outside the supervisory control of the prosecutor’s office and are not included in the audit register
05.09.2019
EEF 2019
Improving National Jurisdiction and Protecting Investors’ Rights
The investigation, the prosecutors who support the state prosecution, and, of course, the judges need to understand that if you want to bring the accusation of fraud against someone based on 159 [article of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, – Ed.], you must prove intent – a premeditated violation of the law and the rights of its counterparty. <...> There should be a special clarification from the Plenum of the Supreme Court
05.09.2019
EEF 2019
Increasing the Investment Appeal of the Far East
There are significantly fewer inspections. <...> But the routine and unscheduled audits have been conveniently replaced with unofficial inspections. <...> Prosecutor’s office has no control over these
08.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
The Challenges and Prospects of Youth Entrepreneurship
Educational platforms already give the basic knowledge. I really enjoyed the picture I saw at Business Molodost [the company that offers training for entrepreneurs, – Ed.], when six thousand people were sitting in a big hall watching how to install 1C software. These are ultra-useful platforms that provide important knowledge, and this knowledge is one’s big advantage.   Even before starting your own business, you will know how to do internet marketing and how to set management processes in your company
08.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Russia–Azerbaijan
We have not yet depleted all resources that our countries possess regarding development of economic ties; we can cultivate trade and investment relations. Today both Russia and Azerbaijan have enough investment resources to ensure that joint enterprises with competences that Russia has grow in Azerbaijan, and with competences that Azerbaijan has – grow in Russia
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
‘Regulatory Guillotine’: A New Look at Old Requirements
We have delivered a special report [for the Russian President, – Ed.] on oversight and monitoring, which defines the major set of current challenges. Most entrepreneurs stated that, even though the number of inspections has decreased by 42%, the administrative burden grows. Administrative penalties have been imposed over 984 thousand legal entities, which means that every fourth legal entity has not only been inspected but has become subject to administrative proceedings. Besides, the amount of fines has risen to 179 billion roubles, which is almost a fiscal measure
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
‘Regulatory Guillotine’: A New Look at Old Requirements
The requirements must not be introduced all over the country at once, we need some pilot projects at first to see what problems arise, if we are doing it right or we have missed something
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Protection of Investor Rights as a Catalyst for Economic Development
We do not see any significant changes. Today, 84% of entrepreneurs believe that doing business is a dangerous thing, that <...> administrative pressure is increasing. Nearly 50% believe that it is growing. <...> The number of fines has increased. Liability, financial responsibility of entrepreneurs has increased dramatically, and today it is <...> nearly 150 billion roubles. <...> The decision of the Russian President that warnings should be used as the first measure to penalize businesses, works in virtually no agencies [with the exception of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, – Ed.]
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Protection of Investor Rights as a Catalyst for Economic Development
The prosecutor’s office is the customer of criminal proceedings. The investigation must prepare materials for the prosecutor’s office, which, in turn, must control the quality of investigative materials and make a decision on whether to support the investigation in its claim or not. The prosecutor’s office must have control over all legal proceedings: that includes searches and restrictive measures. <...> It should have the right to make a decision on the completion of a criminal case itself
07.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Protection of Investor Rights as a Catalyst for Economic Development
The criminal process is still a problem. <...> If a criminal case is initiated, 135 people, on average, lose their jobs in a company. Each criminal case is not only a shock to the entrepreneur, it is a shock to the people who work for the enterprise
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
‘Republic of Moldova and the Russian Regions’ – Moldo-Russian Economic Council Session
When you bring in investment, there should be a system of assistants that protect those institutes. <…> We would be highly interested in seeing a commissioner – if we apply our terminology – that would protect both Moldavian and international entrepreneurs
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
‘Republic of Moldova and the Russian Regions’ – Moldo-Russian Economic Council Session
In terms of investment returns, the potential [of Russian investment in Moldova, – Ed.] is enormous. There are huge opportunities in various segments of the economy
14.02.2019
Russian Investment Forum 2019
The Competitiveness of the National Jurisdiction: New Directions for Development
Over 200 thousand criminal cases are filed each year. Last year, 66 thousand cases made it to court, while 166 thousand of them were suspended. <…> In other words, the courts hear no more than 15% of filed cases, and no more than 5% get closed. And where are the rest of the cases? This is not a very uplifting situation, because each filed case is a problem for an entrepreneur and their business
14.02.2019
Russian Investment Forum 2019
The Competitiveness of the National Jurisdiction: New Directions for Development
Requirements should not be tied to an control and supervision body, which can then either act on them or not, they should be tied to business. We need a complete list of requirements for all documents
14.02.2019
Russian Investment Forum 2019
The Competitiveness of the Regions through the Prism of Increasing Labour Productivity: How to Engage, Manage, and Motivate
If we use job added value <…> to evaluate labour productivity, <…> it dropped by 41% from 2014 to 2017. <…> According to our calculations, it cost the entire economy 43 trillion roubles of added value. The country is still dependent on raw materials, and the main production sectors, which yield most added value, are those that are involved in production and processing of raw materials. <…> Machinery and equipment productions are still among the last,
14.02.2019
Russian Investment Forum 2019
The Competitiveness of the Regions through the Prism of Increasing Labour Productivity: How to Engage, Manage, and Motivate
The measures set out in the national project and focus on an individual enterprise, are not sufficient. <…> Almost all European countries, China, Canada have reformed their strategies. <…> If we sum up all those strategies, they all prioritize digital economy, and, besides, they choose priorities. <…> Our development should also follow courses, chosen priorities: economy of simple things, hospitality industry, technological security, green environment, mobility, happy longevity industry, affordable energy efficient home, and deep processing of raw materials,
12.09.2018
EEF 2018
Protecting Investors’ Rights in the Far East
The main thing that we have managed to do today is that there is a one-stop shop that business can reach out to in order to resolve virtually all of its legal issues related to interaction with the state
12.09.2018
EEF 2018
Protecting Investors’ Rights in the Far East
A system needs to be established to protect the rights of entrepreneurs
11.09.2018
EEF 2018
Advanced Special Economic Zones and Vladivostok Free Port: The Present and the Future
There are issues with customs, especially with the placement of customs points on a certain territory. Many argue that the price of placing such a customs point is about as much as all other benefits that they attain in this zone
11.09.2018
EEF 2018
Advanced Special Economic Zones and Vladivostok Free Port: The Present and the Future
Lacking a rational industrial and macroeconomic policy of the government, the market shall not regulate itself; it is always a more complicated process. Therefore, governments of the countries around the world assist <…> in coordinating business operations, setting up the terms
11.09.2018
EEF 2018
Advanced Special Economic Zones and Vladivostok Free Port: The Present and the Future
We have reached the next qualitative stage, when it is possible not only to give terms to individual investors, <..> but to proceed to developing clusters, i.e. the government <…> is also concerned how to coordinate investors to solve a single business problem
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Competitiveness of Russian Jurisdiction: Rebooting the Legal Environment for Business as a Pathway towards a Trust Economy
The message that entrepreneurs can not be arrested at the preliminary investigation stage gradually began to work. Over the last year, we’ve recorded 500 fewer arrests, which is almost 10%. But the number of house arrests went up
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Competitiveness of Russian Jurisdiction: Rebooting the Legal Environment for Business as a Pathway towards a Trust Economy
Our preliminary calculations show that just the network component of electricity tariffs is 28% higher than the legally accepted methods
24.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
The Transformation of Public and Private Sectors in the New Economy
We are moving into a new economic model. This is no longer a pure market, it is not market competition, which drove the economy in the past few hundred years. It combines planning, market evaluation, demand evaluation through the big data analysis and adjustment to this through the personification of product. This is a totally different system of social relations, this is a new social formation. We are not in the slightest ready for this