After a meeting of the governing coalition today, Croatian Democratic Union vice-president Branko Bačić said that the position of the ruling majority is that the obligatory membership fee to the Croatian Chamber of Economy should be gradually discontinued for small entrepreneurs.
A bill will be drafted by the Ministry of Economy, and should go into public debate in April, so that Parliament can discuss it before the summer break. Branko Bačić pointed out that everyone in the ruling majority, including the Croatian Social Liberal Party agrees with such a proposal.
“As far as small businesses are concerned, bearing in mind that we have not yet defined the level of revenues that will define what constitutes a small business, we would eliminate the mandatory membership fee. For large businesses we would retain a certain membership fee, which would represent a further financial disburdening, but it would still be mandatory,” said Bačić.
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