The “Doing Business 2017” report of the World Bank has ranked Kosovo on the 60th position. This ranking marks an improvement of 15 places compared to a year ago.
In this ranking, Kosovo comes before Greece, Turkey, Malta, China and many other developed countries.
Prime Minister Isa Mustafa says that the study shows that the business environment in Kosovo is improving on an annual basis.
“There’s close cooperation between all institutions of Kosovo, which enable the necessary conditions to do business in a successful way”, Mustafa said.
He added that the main scope is to achieve economic progress, boost employment, reduce poverty and to create a macroeconomic stability.
Meanwhile, Minister of Trade and Industry, Hykmete Bajrami says that Kosovo has marked progress in several domains.
“Progress has been made in starting a business, where Kosovo has moved up 14 places, in the payment of taxes with 33 places and cross border trade with 8 places”, she said. /balkaneu.com/