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The Association of the Organizations of Bulgarian Employers (AOBE) presented its priorities for 2018

Divided into three major groups: Business Climate, Human Resources Development, and Energy Reforms



The Association of the Organizations of Bulgarian Employers (AOBE) presented at a press conference held on 22 January 2018 its priorities for 2018. The Presidents of the nationally representative employers’ organizations – members of AOBE took part in the press conference: Bulgarian Industrial Capital Association (BICA), Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI), Bulgarian Industrial Association – Union of the Bulgarian Business (BIA), and Confederation of Employers and Industrialists in Bulgaria (CEIB).

The priorities of AOBE for 2018 are divided into three major groups: Business Climate, Human Resources Development, and Energy Reforms.

1.      Improving the business climate:

·         Accelerated e-Government development;

·         Battle with the grey economy, corruption, monopolisation and cartels;

·         Continuing the efforts to curb state interference in the economy and reduce the regulatory burden, drafting a common presumption on tacit consent;

·         Restoring the balance between economic development and environmental protection;

·         Simplifying the procedures for company connectivity to network structures (water, electricity, gas, etc.)

·         Accession of Bulgaria to ERM II, Schengen Area and OECD.

2.      Accelerated solution of the problems related to human resources:

·         Accelerating reforms in education, with an emphasis on vocational training;

·         Accelerating the healthcare reforms. Ensuring public control and management of the National Health Insurance Fund;

·         Facilitating labour migration, including import of foreign workers;

·         Reforming budget-funded, high-employment systems in order to relieve human resources for the economy (security, administration, healthcare, etc.);

·         Developing and discussing a new Labour Code which reflects the new realities of the labour market;

·         Solving problematic issues in the social security system.

3.      Full energy reform:

·         Termination of state aid for the “US power plants” and increased control of CHP and RES;

·         A new Energy Act introducing full liberalisation of the market and adoption of a balanced national energy strategy by 2030;

·         Increasing the efficiency of state-owned companies, including by listing them on the Bulgarian Stock Exchange;

·         Increasing the energy connectivity of the country.


25.01.2018

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