(CIANEWS) - Breaking down the excessive administration of entrepreneurs, which has long been one of the biggest obstacles to doing business in the Czech Republic, is ineffective in practice. New responsibilities are increasing much faster than they are decreasing. The president of the Czech Chamber of Commerce, Zdeněk Zajíček, drew attention to this in connection with the fact that the government will discuss the second Anti-bureaucratic package tomorrow. He reminded that, according to the chamber's analysis, only 21 basic business laws impose more than 1,700 obligations on entrepreneurs. According to him, the only way is to carry out a rigorous analysis of business obligations arising from laws and their subsequent systematic monitoring.