Europa Flug Behörde: Albanian Airline und Belle Air erhält Flug Verbot
Nichts Neues, denn es war vor einem Jahr schon deutlich, das immer mehr Geschäfte schliessen und ebenso die Energie Geschäfte, in der Regel reine Betrugs und Bestechungs Geschäfte der Salih Berisha – Ilir Meta Mafia waren. Fake Geschäfte, mit Phantasie Firmen, ohne jedes Know How. 5.000 Lokale hatten allein in Durres, keinen Strom bezahlt scho9nni 2009, über 200.000 Haushalte Nichts für Wasser und insgesamt 500.000 Haushalte und kleinere Firmen in Albanien vor 8 Monaten.
Die Kommission und der Flugsicherheitsausschuss hatten schwere Bedenken im Hinblick auf die Sicherheit albanischer Luftfahrtunternehmen und die Leistungsfähigkeit der zuständigen Behörden. Da die albanischen Behörden sich offiziell verpflichteten, qualifizierte Mitarbeiter in Vollzeitarbeitsverhältnissen zu beschäftigen, um die kontinuierliche Überwachung der ihrer Regulierungsaufsicht unterliegenden Luftfahrtunternehmen sicherzustellen, und entschlossene Durchsetzungsmaßnahmen getroffen haben (Entzug des Luftverkehrsbetreiberzeugnisses von Albanian Airlines und Ausschluss eines Flugzeugs aus der Flotte von Belle Air) hat der Flugsicherheitsausschuss den Vorschlag der Kommission, von Maßnahmen abzusehen, einstimmig unterstützt. Die Mitgliedstaaten, insbesondere Italien, haben sich bereit erklärt, die bestehende Zusammenarbeit mit Albanien durch Bereitstellung technischer Unterstützung und Konzentration auf eine bessere Beaufsichtigung weiter auszubauen.
Energetic superpower bubble
The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Energy announced yesterday that will ask the termination of 12 concessionary agreements given in 2008-2009 for the construction of private hydropower plants that promised millions of EUR of investments, which has resulted as a failure.
The ministry is unable to cancel the agreements immediately, but they must address to the court for canceling them as a contractual party. The 12 companies had promised to invest 56 million EUR for the plants that would produce 74 MW of electrical power, but three years after the concessions, they have not respected the agreements by placing the 10% of the investment total sum, as the agreement provides.
This is a new direction for the history of energetic concessions that were given by the government to many small and unknown companies, presenting it as a major reform but that gave empty results.
The concessionary agreements were given by the government through suspicious tenders, with private companies promising to build small hydropower plants and the government promising to buy their energy with a high price.
There are 400 hydropower plants that were supposed to be built with this scheme. After the concession, it resulted that these companies were unknown and the government had never asked any of them if they possessed the necessary qualifications and financial sources for building the hydropower plants….
siehe auch rund um die Betrugs Wasser Lizenzen, wo man dann Dumme sucht, die dafür bezahlen und das finanzieren sollen.
Elbasan, 500 small businesses closing
500 small business subjects in the city of Elbasan have filed for bankruptcy for having less buying power and not being able to pay taxes and waterpower bills.
The Vice Mayor of Elbasan, Serafin Papa, declared that 500 businesses have filed for bankruptcy in the last months, and the number is expected to increase by the end of the year.
The Elbasan Municipality registered 230 new business subjects during 2011, while 500 others are closing. The big difference has created concerns among the businessmen.
The owners of these businesses say that taxes and other bills, such as electricity and water, are constantly growing and this makes their activity impossible to survive.
Most of the closing businesses are those of daily consume, such as minimarkets, clothing and dry-goods shops.
Other businessmen are closing their activities without paying the Tax Office, creating damages to the latter, who have asked the Municipalitys help for collecting the remaining obligations.
The city of Elbasan has 3200 small business, and the entire district counts around 10.000.
Bell: Government predictions, too optimistic
While the Albanian government and the Opposition continue the controversies about the next annual budget, the IMF says that the governments predictions are too optimistic.
The former director of the IMF Mission for Albania, Gerwin Bell, declared for Voice of America that in the conditions of an European economic instability, Albanias economic growth is expected to be even lower.
IMF calculates that there is a great technical recession danger in more than one big European economy. This will have big consequences for Albania, regardless the economic achievements.
For giving an example, three months ago we predicted a 2.5% economic growth for this year, and 3.5% for 2012. But based on the current developments, we predict that there will be a growth not lest than 2% in 2011 and 1.5% in 2012. These are real effects that are being transmitted by the main European economies to the new economies and their partners, Bell declared.
Bell also expressed his concern for the mandate of the Governor of Bank of Albania.
The Bank of Albania must be an institution independent from politics and politicians. They should be able to take difficult decisions, maybe not popular, such as increasing interest rates or other bank requests for more capital. More than one week has passed, but the Bank Governor is without a mandate. It is not good having an independent institution that is led by people who have no mandate. I dont want to comment the merits of the chosen candidate, but it is important to select someone who is qualified and that has a clear mandate. Governor Fullani is a qualified person, and he has proved this. But I want to underline that the mandate of the Governor and Board should be respected, so that they can take politically difficult decisions, Bell underlined.