06 April 2011, Wednesday, 19:56

Envoy of “Moody’s Investors Service Ltd” arrived in Ufa

author: news agency "Bashinform"

The envoy of the international rate agency “Moody’s Investors Service Ltd”, the Vice-President and chief analyst of the agency Alexander Proklov arrived in Ufa on April 6 within the frames of the actions on monitoring the credit rate RB.

The Ministry of finances RB reports in the course of the meeting between Alexander Proklov and the deputy Prime-Minister of the Government RB, the Minister of economic development RB Vladimir Balabanov some aspects of development of the region, social-economic situation in the Republic and its interrelations with the federal authority were under discussion. After that the envoy has discussed the budget problems, the middle-term financial plan, the inter-budget relations and the state debt RB with the Minister of finances RB Ruzalia Khismatullina. Alexander Proklov has also discussed some aspects of state property management in Bashkortostan with the Minister of land and property relations RB Ulay Ilyasov. The main forecast showings and the tendencies in social-economic development of the region in 2011-2012 were discussed with the first deputy Minister of economic development RB Eugene Mavrin.

Some questions in development of Republican economics, financial-economic state of the key companies – tax-payers, the biggest investment projects, developed in RB, state property management problems and financial situation with the companies, having the state shares in their authorized capital stock were also under discussion.

For the reference: the cooperation of the Government RB with “Moody’s” goes on since 2001. For the whole period of observation the Moody’s analysts have rated the Republic within the limits from “B3” to “BA1”. At present time the Republic is rated as “BA1” with the forecast “stable”. As “Moody’s” reports, Republic of Bashkortostan stands behind only Moscow, Saint-Petersburg and Khanty-Mansiysky autonomous district by the level of creditability.

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