Share of electronic purchases in EEU states will reach 60% by 2015
Astana. November 21. KazTAG - The share of electronic purchases in the states of the Eurasian Economic Union will reach 60% by 2015, said Nurlan Aldabergenov, board member of the Eurasian Economic Commission- Minister on Competition and Anti-Monopoly Regulation.
"The share of electronic purchases in three our states (EEU members- Kazakhstan, Russia, and Belarus - KazTAG) makes 42%, and we plan to reach 60% until 2015," he said at the conference "Electronic state purchases, provision of fairness and transparency of trades: experience of Eurasian integration and prospects".
In his opinion, advantages of electronic purchases are transparency and accessibility, reduction of costs, efficiency of the process for state customers, money saving, reduction of corruption risks, reduction of terms of the bargains conclusion and opportunity to form databases.
"There are electronic trade grounds within the frameworks of three states: one in Kazakhstan, two in Belarus, and five in Russia," he said.