​Third Anti-informality Phase to Focus on Big Business

There is presence of informality in many sectors of the economy, while unfair competition and tax evasion are still largely present, Minister Ahmetaj said 

TIRANA - The Investment Council held its regular meeting in the framework of the fight against informality. Minister of Economy and Finance Arben Ahmetaj said in his speech that there is presence of informality in many sectors of the economy, while unfair competition and tax evasion are still largely present.
He focused mainly on the third stage of the anti-informality action. According to him, this stage will focus on the big business, where the primary move will be debt collection.
Ahmetaj also said that during this phase the focus will be on employment. Minister addressed the issue of not declaring the salaries of employees from large businesses.
Regarding the latter, the minister said that a meeting will be held where Prime Minister Rama will be present. "We will have a meeting with the Prime Minister, where the focus will be on correcting large businesses, inviting them to self-adjust without penalties to expose employee salaries," he said. 
Finance Minister Arben Ahmetaj also said Wednesday that the government was in the process of identifying the consequences of flooding but still did not have a bill of damage as a result of the floods that caused dense rainfall involving the country last weekend.

"We do not have a rating of damages. We are in the third phase, that of identifying the consequences. After this phase comes the fourth phase dealing with the assessment of damages," the minister said. Ahmetaj said that in 2015 the amount of compensation was paid with grants from the European Commission approximately at 5 million euros.

​Source: ADN​​


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