Albania plans audit of state finances by one of the big four

Albania's Prime Minister Rama reiterated his conviction and a commitment to international audit of state finances.  Speaking at a conference on "Strengthening connections in Eastern Europe, policy guidelines and business perspective", organized by the Bank and...

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Albania plans audit of state finances by one of the big four



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 20.09.2013

Albania's Prime Minister Rama reiterated his conviction and a commitment to international audit of state finances.  Speaking at a conference on "Strengthening connections in Eastern Europe, policy guidelines and business perspective", organized by the Bank and the Centre for Studies in Oxford Eastern Europe, the Prime Minister said the audit will be conducted by one of four Large international companies and will present the real picture of the economy and state reports public and private money.
Prime Minister Rama mentioned in the new model of sustainable economic growth that will be followed by his government. Rama, the initiative for the establishment of the National Economic Council, which will start work next month.
"I guarantee that the era of hostage taking business from customs directors, directors and various tax structures to an end", said Prime Minister stating that the entrepreneur will be placed on a pedestal.
In addition, the Prime Minister emphasized that the government's willingness to give the country's customs and taxes Albania face another generation.
"We do not want to control the large enterprise. We want big undertaking through an audit of 4 large companies control and then develop into full compliance with the greatest respect to those who do venture in Albania ", said Prime Minister Rama. Government


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