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'Celebrating Reform 2007' positive aspects profitable reforms within the 10 components coated within the 'Doing enterprise' stories. those circumstances stories span the globe—from Serbia to El Salvador, from Egypt to Nigeria—and supply classes on what it takes to be triumphant. an individual attracted to reforming company laws will locate 'Celebrating Reform' a useful source.

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In early 2003 it submitted a concept paper to the chairman outlining the core objectives: to simplify and clarify registration, to streamline the department’s functions, and to establish a transparent, self-financing registry through differentiated user fees. But the department was not ready for reform. Vested interests at local offices and in management feared losing influence over land privatization and administration. And the political environment discouraged risks. “The starting point, and most important aspect of the discussion, was the political will to initiate reforms,” explains David Egiashvili, then chairman of the State Department of Land Management.

Also, the Chamber of Public Notaries continued to be responsible for issuing non-encumbrance certificates, adding an additional step to already confusing procedures. Finally, both the State Department of Land Management and the Bureau of Technical Inventory were dependent on state funding, but they lacked the resources to fulfill all of their responsibilities. Underfunded and marked by local power fiefdoms, land registration was rife with corruption. Low salaries, political influence, and poorly defined responsibilities and procedures created opportunities and incentives for abuse.

Bendukidze and his team started with an ambitious privatization program, but within a few months their agenda outgrew the confines of expanding private sector activity and generating budget revenues. In December 2004 Bendukidze became the State Minister for Reform Coordination. “I will be in charge of not only economic reforms but I will also recommend and oversee structural reforms in other sectors, for example in the Energy Ministry and the Agriculture Ministry. Of course, this does not mean that I will be responsible for electricity supply; I will recommend structural reforms which I think are necessary to carry out,” said Minister Bendukidze in a televised interview in December 2004.

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