In his opinion, the conclusions may not be unequivocal, because the situation is different. In most cases, governments provide paid services where they weren't ready to show anyone else, so you can not say that thus reduced profit opportunities for local businesses.

According to Jaunsleinis, "from a distance" it's hard to understand why a particular government providing paid services. For example, Valmiera organize the construction of apartments. "But what if no private entrepreneur is not building apartments? The shortage of apartments has been around for several years, and the private sector believes that it will be able to profit quite quickly. It harms competition or not? Entrepreneurs are ready to start production, but people have to live somewhere. What do the government? Stand back and wait?" said jaunsleinis.

He stressed that the authorities are not interested to do business, but if nobody else does, they are forced to intervene.