New programme for curbing grey economy due by end-March

By the end of this month, the Serbian government is expected to adopt a new 2019-2020 national programme and action plan for curbing the grey economy, Igor Loncarevic, deputy president of the NALED Fair Competition Alliance, announced Monday.

25 Mart 2019 15:46

BELGRADE - By the end of this month, the Serbian government is expected to adopt a new 2019-2020 national programme and action plan for curbing the grey economy, Igor Loncarevic, deputy president of the NALED Fair Competition Alliance, announced Monday.
The action plan will have five objectives, 36 measures and 132 activities and, in addition to measures aimed at strengthening inspection oversight and a tax administration reform, work on implementation of measures to improve conditions for doing business legally will be particularly monitored, said Loncarevic, a department head at the auditing company KPMG.
"Easing the tax burden, as well as incentives for doing business legally - as opposed to repressive measures - remain one of the priorities of the economy and the NALED Fair Competition Alliance. We expect this to be reflected in the new national programme and action plan for curbing the grey economy, which the Serbian government is to adopt by the end of March," Loncarevic said.

Photo: Tanjug/ S. Radovanovic


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