Vesic “listens to builders”: We will abolish land conversion charge
Solving the problems of the construction industry in Serbia, such as amending the law on planning and construction and abolishing land conversion charges will be the focus of the competent ministry in the upcoming period.
This was said at the meeting of Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesic with businessmen from more than 40 biggest domestic construction companies in the Serbian Chamber of Commerce (SCC).
Vesic said that he would fight for the construction industry and that he was ready to hear all the problems that this branch of the economy was facing in Serbia, the SCC announced.
The minister said that, the same as today, he would regularly hold meetings with the representatives of the construction industry, with the support of the Association for the Construction Industry of the SCC.
“I held a meeting with construction companies. I have heard their problems, their suggestions, their initiatives. Only if we work together will the workers in this sector be able to have higher salaries, new jobs will be created, and our country will develop faster,“ Vesic wrote on Twitter.
“The economy is extremely sensitive to all the disruptions that are happening globally, especially the construction industry. Disruptions in the prices of logistics and construction materials have affected the construction industry, which used to be the engine of GDP growth and development, to such an extent that it now faces major challenges,“ director of the Sector for Strategic Analyses, Services and Internationalization of SCC Mihailo Vesovic said at the meeting.
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