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The tenth edition of Grey Book brings 100 key recommendations made by businesses for cutting the red tape and improving the business environment.
The Grey Book came into existence in 2008 as a result of NALED’s desire to assemble all segments of society and encourage them to engage and contribute to the common goal – building better business environment by eliminating redundant and obsolete administrative procedures. Citizens, businesses, NALED members and academic community have nominated more than 500 initiatives for streamlining bureaucracy, and
210 found their place in the Grey Book. Those that were not successfully resolved were transferred to the following issue and almost half (89) were adopted by line authorities – 54 procedures were reformed completely and 35 partially, thus easing the work of citizens and businesses.