The unit planned to reduce the processing time of seven administrative procedures and the cost of one administrative procedure.
The Department of Industry and Trade has reviewed and assessed 70 administrative procedures (AP) in the fields assigned to its jurisdiction and proposed simplification of seven APs in the fields of domestic goods circulation and electricity.
The unit planned to reduce the processing time of seven APs and the cost of one AP.
Accordingly, the processing time of APs related to granting, amending, supplementing, and re-granting certificates to stores eligible for petrol and oil retail; amending and supplementing electricity retail licenses with the voltage level of up to 0.4 kV; amending and supplementing electricity consulting licenses; amending and supplementing electricity distribution licenses with the voltage level of up to 35 kV; and amending and supplementing electricity generation licenses of power plants with a scale of less than 3 MW will be shortened by three workdays from the time the department receives sufficient valid dossiers.
The processing cost of the procedure of certifying stores eligible for petrol and oil retail alone will be reduced by more than 3% compared to the current cost.