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BANJALUKA, June 19 /SRNA/ - Prime Minister of Republika Srpska Radovan Višković says the Government strongly supports the idea of reducing tax burdens on workers’ income and preventing grey economy, and primarily backs observance of laws and legal norms for the purpose of improving the business climate and developing the business environment.


After a Wednesday meeting with a Chamber of Commerce delegation led by President Borko Đurić in Banjaluka, Višković said the organisation was the Government’s significant partner for the creation of solutions in the local business sector.

Višković urged its representatives to become involved in drafting the law on inspections so they could contribute to the improvement of positive effects in the application of such legislation.

The Srpska Prime Minister stressed the importance of timely measures for maintaining stable economic activities in Srpska, reports the Government’s press office.

The collocutors exchanged their views on business trends in Srpska recorded this year.

The meeting was attended by Minister of Economy and Entrepreneurship Vjekoslav Petričević, Minister of Energy and Mining Petar Đokić, Minister of Finance Zora Vidović, and Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Boris Pašalić. /end/dš