Albania to extend fiscal amnesty for dwellings by end-Aug 2012.

By bne IntelliNews March 29, 2012
The Albanian government will extend the deadline for implementation of fiscal amnesty for property registration by end-Aug 2012, ATA news agency reported, citing a statement of PM Sali Bersiha. The measure was initially designed to be completed by end-March along with the legalisation of money. The extension will enable Albanian emigrants to legalize their dwellings. The government introduced fiscal amnesty in April 2011. Authorities have collected a total of EUR 11.5mn in taxes and fees from assets and property legalisation so far, data from the finance ministry showed.

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