Gov’t lowers income expectations from informality campaign

Tirana Times
By Tirana Times February 12, 2016 10:21

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  • In its 2016-2018 programme of economic reforms, the Albanian government says it expects the ongoing campaign against informality, estimated at about 30 percent of the GDP, to generate 9.3 billion lek (€66 million) for 2016, a small amount compared to initial expectations of more than $300 million in 300 days announced in Sept. 2015 at the start of the nationwide operation.

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