Nikolay Radostovets

Executive Director
Republican Association of Mining and Metallurgical Enterprises

Doctor of Economics, professor.

Executive Director of the "Republican Association of Mining and Mining and Metallurgical Enterprises". President of the Republican Association of Legal Entities “Union of Commodity Producers and Exporters of Kazakhstan”. Member of the Presidium of the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of the Republic of Kazakhstan “Atameken”
Member of the Assembly of the People of Kazakhstan. Full member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (2016). Academician of the International Academy of Informatization.

He held the posts of Deputy Chairman of the State Committee for the Support of New Economic Structures and the Limitation of Monopolistic Activities, Deputy Chairman, Chairman of the State Committee for Price and Antimonopoly Policy of the Agency for Strategic Planning and Reforms of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

In 1998 was appointed Chairman of the Committee of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Regulation natural monopolies and the protection of competition, later by the Minister, Chairman of the Agencies and the Republic of Kazakhstan on the regulation of natural monopolies and protection of competition.

From 1999 to 2000, served as Minister of Labor and Social Protection of the Population of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

From 2000 to 2004, Chairman, Vice-President of the Eurasian Industrial Association.

14.09.2021 09:30 - SESSION 1 | Online

Legislative incentives for the Reproduction of Mineral Resource Base.

The issues of development of geology and reproduction of the mineral resource base are now receiving close attention. We have high hopes for the State Exploration Program being developed for the years 2021-2025. At the same time, a number of unresolved issues remain that hamper the work of companies in this direction. In particular, such barriers include the absence of deductions for the cost of geological exploration, the collection of VAT from exploration, etc. In addition, questions of introducing the “one-stop shop” principle for investors and stimulating private investment in exploration require solving.