Bulgaria PM: Revenues Could Be Up 1 Billion Levs in 2015

Bulgaria PM: Revenues Could Be Up 1 Billion Levs in 2015

The state budget for 2015 will include up to 1 billion levs more in revenues compared to the previous year, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has told participants in a meeting between government officials and business representatives.
In Borisov's words, the cabinet has already stepped up efforts to rein in the grey economy and smuggling activities, with meetings being held every Wednesday at his cabinet with ministers and officials from various institutions.
Borisov told attendants that the government was hugely committed to fulfilling the budget's income statement, with VAT fraud, tax evasion and deals in the shadow economy perceived as a top priority.
The event is dedicated to measures that the cabinet and businesses could take to speed up Bulgaria's sluggish economic growth, which according to various estimates is expected at around 1%.
 
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