Licensing Issues

May 11, 2007 at 11:01 am Leave a comment

The new Law on Licensing has been passed and is being implemented. Following the enforcement of the Law business licenses and permits have been reduced from 600 to 87. The Government has directed all license issuing Government authorities to simplify business license procedures by establishing one-stop service.

Government has made a structural reorganization and merged all state inspection institutions into a single State Professional Inspection Agency under the Minister of Mongolia – Cabinet Member. Customs, health, veterinary and quality state inspection bodies at the border check points have been also reorganized into one-stop service within the customs clearance procedure. Duplicating charges and fees for inspection services have been eliminated and a single fixed rate has been established.

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