MINSK, 22 August (BelTA) - The Belarusian economy is in a balanced, sustainable state, Deputy Economy Minister Dmitry Yaroshevich said in an interview to Belarus 1 TV channel, BelTA has learned.
“The economy is in a balanced, sustainable state, while the consequences of GDP reduction are hardly noticeable for the citizens,” said Dmitry Yaroshevich.
Speaking about whether the enterprises have rebuilt the broken logistics chains, the deputy minister said: “According to the recent surveys, about 60% have already dealt with the issue.”
According to him, the government has taken measures to support both small businesses and large enterprises. “Our real sector, business need these measures. We will continue this work,” the deputy minister said.
According to Dmitry Yaroshevich, the government provides maximum support to entrepreneurs today. The president has set a task to implement at least one investment project in each region of the country. “I think the local authorities will do their utmost to promote business development. Now is the time of opportunity, and it should be used to the maximum,” he said.