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10 March 2023, 17:44

PM: Belarusian government keeps an eye on each enterprise

MINSK, 10 March (BelTA) - Belarusian government is working in real conditions and knows how each enterprise is doing, Belarusian Prime Minister Roman Golovchenko said at the meeting of the Council of Ministers to review the country's economic performance in 2022 and map out plans to address social and economic development tasks for 2023, BelTA has learned.

“For example, we have an annual plan to produce 50,000 tractors, 850,000 refrigerators, 6,800 trucks, 4.3 million tires and so on. There are 43 such commodity groups. Their share in the added value of industry is 20%. There is a similar approach for exports. There are tasks for more than 40 commodity items. They account for 40% and more of the country's export. For example, we are planning to sell 1,300 buses, 26,500 cars, 24 million square meters of ceramic tiles, 313 tonnes of cheese, cottage cheese and other products to foreign markets,” Roman Golovchenko said.

According to him, all the reported plans are reviewed by the government on a weekly basis. “The situation varies. We cannot analyze this picture on average. I just take average figures for a more comprehensive understanding. The figures for January and February are different. If machine-building and food industry meet all their obligations in general, there are deviations to the negative for the construction industry and partially for Bellegprom. But if we take Bellegprom as a whole, the picture is good there. I personally put these issues to the deputy prime ministers, who are in charge of this work with ministers. Every week the government reviews the fulfillment of the tasks, hears out the reports of directors of enterprises. We work in real conditions and know how each enterprise is doing now. It is important that we have managed to create such a system of control over commodity items and specific enterprises,” the prime minister said.

“The year has just begun. We will see the Q1 performance in April. We will see. You will report once the quarter is over,” the president said.

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