Source Pravda.Ru

Gov't to discuss social and economic development of Russian regions

The Russian government will meet tomorrow to consider the implementation of the target federal program on reducing differences in the social and economic development of Russian regions through 2015. Russian Deputy Economy Minister Mukhamed Tsikanov will make a report on this issue, the Government Information Department reported.

Also, the Cabinet will discuss amendments to a bill on salaries of civil servants, a forecast of prices for the products and services of natural monopolies and the implementation of the first-quarter 2003 budget. Moreover, the government is going to consider amendments to some bills with regard to the state registration of legal entities and individual entrepreneurs.

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