Cvijanović and Brnabić: Region to harmonise business conditions

The introduction of electronic building permits, the register of non-tax and para-fiscal charges, online fiscalisation and the electronic system for registering seasonal workers are just some of the reforms for improving the business environment that could be applied by all countries of the region in order to regulate standardization or harmonise business conditions and ensure predictability for the existing economy and potential investors.

This was announced from the forum “Establishing a Common Framework for Business in South East Europe” organised by the Republic of Srpska Representative Office in Serbia and NALED within the “Days of Srpska in Serbia” event. The meeting was opened by the presidents of the government, Željka Cvijanović and Ana Brnabić who said: “I spoke with the representatives of the German Embassy and international financial institutions to make a fantastic initiative of NALED, and this is institutionalized through the Berlin Process, the Certification of Municipal Economy with Successful Business Environment in Southeast Europe (BFC SEE). The certification programme served as a platform for Serbia to obtain electronic building permits from Macedonia, and Voucher System for Seasonal Workers from Croatia.”

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