NALED presents its Grey Book of recommendations for the Serbian government

Chairman of the National Alliance for Local Economic Development (NALED) Executive Board, Dejan Đokić, said digitalization remains key for successful reform regarding all NALED Grey Book recommendations, including the 10 most important recommendations for the future Serbian Government.

We hope the new Serbian Government will speed up the pace of reforms and succeed in exceeding the magic number of 12 partially or fully implemented Grey Book recommendations per year, which has been the result over the past few years, Đokić said at the official presentation of the Grey Book.

He said that the 10 priority recommendations for the future Government include the electronic payment of all taxes and contributions and the abolishment of parafiscal levies, reducing the fiscal burden on the lowest wages, introducing unified collection of taxes and contributions for entrepreneurs and electronic storage and delivery of labor relations documents.

Đokić added that NALED also proposes the introduction of electronic health records and eSickLeaves, strengthening capacities and digitalization of inspection services, establishing of a unified digital platform for spatial planning, resolving the legalization issue and introducing a deposit system for the return of beverage packaging.

He said the new edition of the Grey Book contains 19 new and 81 updated recommendations for removing administrative obstacles to doing business in Serbia.

The conference at the Palace of Serbia was attended by a number of Serbian ministers, while the key speakers included European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Director Matteo Colangeli, Swedish Ambassador to Serbia Annika Ben David and head of the European Union (EU) Delegation to Serbia Emanuele Giaufret.

(, 08.03.2024)

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