Signing of memorandums between regional administrations and big enterprises to ensure social stability

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ASTANA. KAZINFORM - Deputy Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Berdybek Saparbayev visited Akmola and North Kazakhstan regions today within working trips.

The Deputy Prime Minister of Kazakhstan familiarized with the work of the enterprises, met with workers of the plants and held meetings on the issues of development of local content and ensuring of employment of the population, the official website of the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan informs. As is known, large-scale work began in Kazakhstan on signing of memorandums on mutual cooperation between regional administrations and big companies in the sphere of stabilization of production processes and ensuing of labour rights and guarantees of the workers. As a result of the meetings held in Kokshetau, memorandums on preserving jobs, stabilization of production processes and on development of the local content between the national companies and enterprises were signed. In total, 14 memorandums totaling 22 bln tenge were signed. "The main result of the signed memorandums is expected to be the strengthening of the business contacts between Kazakhstani companies benefiting all sides. First of all, it will ensure social stability in the society. Secondly, it will reduce the dependence on imported products and become an additional impetus for creation of new jobs. This becomes really relevant taking into consideration the situation in the global economy," B. Saparbayev said. B. Saparbayev also touched upon the issues of the agro-industrial complex. He emphasized that the state took complex measures on further diversification of the agricultural sector and subsidization of its spheres. The result of these measures should be the competent products with lowered prices, which should lead to an increase of the household purchasing power. Besides, 13 memorandums amounting to 14 bln tenge were signed in Petropavlovsk. "The ultimate goal of signing of these memorandums was having an effective model of production and labour relations based on the mechanisms of partnership between the government, employers and trade unions," the Deputy Prime Minister noted.

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