VII CD Ministerial Conference Corporate Democracy Forum

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VII CD Ministerial Conference

Corporate Democracy Forum

PPD at the corporate level, Case of Mongolia

Mr.Ch.Nergui

Head of Policy Planning and Coordination Department

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

27 April 2013


PPD
-

all forms of interaction between the state and
private sector relating to the design of public policy


improving the business climate, short term
macro economic policy,
medium

and long term
development strategy, sector
regulation etc.


Co
-
ordination

mechanism

consisting

of

an

exchange

system

based

on

the

possibility

of

mutual

gains,

as

opposed

to

means

of

co
-
ordination

based

on

a

threat

system

or

an

integrative

system
.


Public Private Dialogue


Began in 2001 as Joint ranking
mongolian

TOP
-
100 companies


Establishing Public Private sector
Consultative Committee in 2006


Province sub
-
committees in all 21
aimaks

and
capital city Ulaanbaatar


Business councils at District Governor offices


44 councils specialized in sector specific PPD


Delagation

of private sector in all Minister’s
Councils

PPD in Mongolia


1 principle
: Trust the market and market self
rugulation


2 principle
: Create conditions and empower
“quasi
-
regulation” from business
organizations


3 principle
: Government regulation, unless
the first and second principles proven not to
work or inefficient failures, but after making
sure that will not create burdens and
obstacles and will not be government failure.

MNCCI’s principles for regulation


Salt


strong critics


Red tape perception index


Corruption index


Business confidence index



“Salt and Sugar” approach to business
advocacy


Sugar



awards, compliment



* To contribute and develop



Public Private Dialogue
/PPD
/


* To
accelerate the law adopting


and
making process relating


economic
and business environment


To include civilian and business people’s
proposals and ideas in related laws


To improve policy and decisions supporting private
sector and business


Economic freedom award


State policy on PPP was adopted by Parliament of
Mongolia in 2009


Concession law was adopted in 2010


Private sector development strategy was adopted in
2011


2010 announced by Government “as a year of
Business environment reform”


Green economy and green business context was
reflected in government policy


Sustainable development as a one of the main
functions of Prime Minister


“Cleaning up unnecessary laws and regulation”
program


Results and lessons


Mongolia’s ranking by World Bank’s Doing
business index and Transparency International’s
Corruption index were strongly improved last 2
years


There are included in more than 40
governmental and ministerial, international and
national committees and councils private sector
or professional organization’s representatives


Private sector voice was reflected in more than
200 laws and regulations


Developing a law draft on Transfer some state
functions into private sector


Results and lessons
/continued/


Sustainable, efficient and transparent mechanism on
PPD must be established


Develop information exchange system between
government and private sector


Inadequate understanding and perception of PPD at
government and private sector should be changed


Improving capacity building of private sector must be
included in government policy and actions


ISO 26000 which is contributing to the sustainable
development should be implemented to both, public
and private sector


Benefits of PPD should be informed to the public and
media

Results and lessons /continued/

Thank you for your
attention