Ideal, of course, would be the timely implementation of the presidential instructions and, in this case, the provision of the necessary documents for approval. The private sector and advisory council are sure that responsible state bodies realize that in the countries in which such reforms were carried out, rapid economic growth has already been observed, new jobs have been created, the number of investments has increased, and the share of the shadow economy has decreased, which led to an increase international rating of these countries. All these actions led to an increase in revenues to the state budget, which allowed them to improve their infrastructure and ensure the provision of the necessary public services to the population.
The time of decisive and operational actions has come for Tajikistan. The international financial crisis has already influenced Tajikistan: people who have gone to work, lose their work and return to their homeland, stop production. Of course, responsible state bodies also understand that their quick actions to develop recommendations and presenting their head of state will have a significant impact on the prevention of a negative effect of such a trend on the country’s economy. Currently, the World Bank conducts the next study “Business-2010”, which affects indicators such as: the number of procedures for opening business, the process of hiring and dismissal of employees, registration of property, access to loans, protecting investors, taxation, receipt of building permits , execution of contracts, international trade and closing business.