New licensing procedures to be complete by June 2016

10 November 2015
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The Greek government will complete a programme for the simplification of licensing procedures for all economic activity in the country by June 2016, with priority given to four sectors (food processing, tourism, mining and food/restaurant), Industry Deputy Minister Theodora Tzakri said on Tuesday.

Addressing a meeting of a Project Management Group, Tzakri said that the whole framework of licensing will be implemented in its final phase through a new licensing IT system, open and accessible to everyone, promoting speed and transparency for citizens, enterprises and supervisory authorities.

“Simplifying licensing procedures is our own will and a basic commitment in our agreement with the institutions,” the Greek minister said.
Eftratios Zafiris, secretary-general for Industry, addressing the meeting, announced the completion of a process to approve a road map on the implementation of the project and said that a consultation on the contract plan with the World Bank was near its completion.

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