Improving eGovernment and eBusiness, reducing shadow economy and improving the tax system, as well as healthcare sector improvement, are the priorities that NALED proposes to the next Government of Serbia. At the closing ceremony of the 14th annual Assembly of this association, awards were presented to the partners with whose help the most important reforms were implemented.
In extraordinary circumstances, the NALED assembly was held accordingly. The stage was virtual, but the suggestions for improving business conditions were realistic.
For 77 percent of the association’s members, the priority should be the improvement of eGovernment and eBusiness, 76 percent nominated reduction of shadow economy , while 66 percent chose the development of healthcare.
"Which means that NALED will advocate new reforms in these areas through the development of eHealthcare, eSpace, eAgrar through an electronic register of parafiscal charges and other reforms that we have been advocating for years," said Violeta Jovanović, NALED Executive Director.
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31.07.2020At the 14th NALED Assembly, as part of the ceremonial closing held on Friday, 31...Read more