Albanian customs wrap up EUR 2mn EU-funded project.

By bne IntelliNews February 1, 2012
Albanias customs administration has finalised a EUR 2mn EU-funded project that aimed to improve its services and draft a relevant legislation in line with EU standards, the EU delegation in Tirana said in a statement. The project, which was launched in June 2010, was implemented in cooperation with the Austrian customs administration and the Polish customs service. Experts have drafted a new customs code, which aims to simplify customs procedures and reduce the administrative burden on foreign trade. The law is expected to become effective as of the beginning of 2013.
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