At a meeting of the National Commission for Consultations and Collective Bargaining, were presented the main indicators of the budget and tax policy for 2020.
The draft Law on the state budget, the Law on the budget of the state social insurance, the Law on compulsory health insurance, as well as the parameters of tax and customs policy for 2020 were discussed at a meeting of the National Commission for Consultations and Collective Bargaining. According to the press service of the Ministry of Economy and Infrastructure, the commission’s members analyzed the main tax and customs policy measures: tax measures for legal entities, deduction of debts to 1 thousand lei, exclusion of restrictions on the right to wearout of cars, changes in the mechanism for calculating tax on donated amounts, change of term payment of VAT on the import of services and changing the deadline for paying excise taxes, etc. Budget bills and macroeconomic indicators for the next year were discussed separately. Thus, Moldova’s GDP in 2020 will amount to 227.9 billion lei, increasing by 9.4% in nominal terms and by 3.8% in real terms compared to 2019. Next year, the average monthly salary will be 7953 lei, which is 8.7% more than in 2019, and the wage fund in the country will amount to 58.2 billion lei. The inflation rate, according to the bill, will be 5.7%, exports will grow by 9.4%, imports - by 7.1%. During the meeting, social partners evaluated the initiative to resume discussions within the framework of the National Commission for Consultations and Collective Bargaining, spoke about the measures proposed for 2020. Recall that all three bills are published on the website particip.gov.md for public consultations, documents are planned in the near future to be accepted at a government meeting.//26.11.2019 — InfoMarket.