Through the Partnership for Better Business Regulation project, implemented with the support of USAID, the four chambers in the country will releases a joint reaction regarding the bill on personal income that will be adopted after a fast-track procedure, announced the President of the Economic Chamber of Macedonia, Branko Azeski in his column published on “Plusinfo”.

He said the deadlines for submitting comments to ENER’s stakeholders are still ongoing, and the adoption of a law through a fast-track procedures is not a feature of a partnership relationship between the public and private sectors, as well as the business sector and the government are striving and publicly advocating to establish it.

The business community believes that if the progressive taxation is realized, it will have negative consequences for the whole business community by significantly increasing the grey economy and violating the conditions under which the overall economy of the country runs by.

The bill on personal income that the Government sent for adoption in Parliament, the amendments introduce an additional rate of 8% for the parts of income that exceeds 90,000 MKD per month.