Oleg Andreyev, a managing director of Investment Banking department at EnterInvest, analyzed the new law on investments in terms of the most important problems of investors in our country to be solved.

On January 24, 2014 the Law on investments in Belarus, which was approved by the Parliament on July 28, 2013, came into effect. Over the period the advantages and disadvantages of the law had been thoroughly analyzed, the law was also compared to the Investment Code of the Republic of Belarus that had been in force for almost 13 years.

Belarus cuts MTS price to tempt buyer for 51% in mobile operator. Comments by Oleg Andreev, EnterInvest.

Through February 5, the government of Belarus is accepting bids in another attempt to sell a 51% stake in state-controlled Mobile TeleSystems (MTS), the Belarusian mobile phone operator that's a joint venture with the eponymous Russian telecommunications group. The starting price has been cut by the cash-strapped Belarusian government to $863m in an attempt to attract an investor, but will this be enough to secure a deal?

Tut.by: What will be the value of dollar at the end of 2014? Eight experts staked on the question.

In the second half of 2013 Belarusian ruble entered the turbulence. The Belarusian government forecasts that in 2014 the situation will flatten out. However experts foresee that Belarusian ruble will go on devaluating smoothly. Thus if the country leaders don’t take control of internal economic imbalances and external shocks, the ruble can go to a steep dive.

Oleg Chanov, EnterInvest partner, took part in the conference on HR in IT

Oleg Chanov, Managing partner of EnterInvest consulting company, took part in the second session of the conference dedicated to HR in IT, which took place in Minsk on December, 13.  The topic of the speech was called “Reflections” dedicated to organizational culture, executive role and comfort of employees in the company”.

“Each country should compete for investments- that’s a global trend”

Lithuania is probably one of the most active countries in terms of investments among Baltic “neighbours” of Belarus.  Vidmantas Verbickas, commercial attache of Lithuanian Embassy, in Belarus in conversation with the partners - consulting and investment company EnterInvest - spoke about former, present day and future Lithuanian investments to Belarusian economy.