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The decision to make ammendments to the Companies Act in Croatia at Thursday's parliament sitting, will now mean opening up a limited liability company will be significantly cheaper.
Currently, capital in the amount of 20,000 kuna (2,670 Euros) is required to open up a classic limited liability company, but the law change will see that requirement go and only a symbolic amount of 10 kuna (just over 1 Euro) needed.
Public notary fees will also be removed and court fees will be reduced from 300 kuna (40 Euros) down to 60 kuna (8 Euros).
For various other fees, which so far have been around 2,000 kuna (270 Euros), now, according to Minister of Justice Orsat Miljenic, those fees will cost around 750 kuna (100 Euros).
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