Reform priorities

Since its establishment in 2006, NALED has become a leader in promoting dialogue among the public, private and civil sector regarding the reforms for improving the business environment, and positioned itself as the leading authority in monitoring the legislative activity and masuring the performance of public administration. 

The priority fields in main focus of NALED activities include the initiatives for countering shadow economy, reform of construction permitting, e-government development, reform of para-fiscal charges, improving the healthcare system, agriculture development. 

 

Key reform initiatives and goals

Improving the regulatory and institutional framework for doing business 

  1. Reduced scope of shadow economy and improved tax system 
  2. improved e-Government and e-Business
  3. Progress in resolving property issues and improving the planning and construction activities
  4. Improved conditions for the development of agriculture and food industry 
  5. Improved conditions for the development of healthcare sector
  6. Improved international competitiveness and regional cooperation

Strenghening the capacities and responsibility of public administration 

  1. Improved capacities of public administration and local governments in providing support to businesses 
  2. Improved process and quality of legislative solutions, based on analyses and recommendations provided by businesses and the civil sector 
  3. EU accession process contributing to business competitiveness