Moldovan lawmakers vote new package on de-bureaucratization of business environment's work

Moldovan lawmakers vote new package on de-bureaucratization of business environment's work


The parliament today voted a new package on de-bureaucratization of the business environment’s work in the second reading. This is the fourth package approved. CE Report quoting Moldpres

At an initiative by the Economic Development and Digitalization Ministry, 12 normative acts will be amended. They regard diverse fields, including the commodity exchange, consumers’ protection, rural tourism, hygienic training, labour health and security, public procurements. According to the authors, the draft will generate savings estimated at about 183 million lei annually.

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