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The Buzz in Kosovo: Interview with Fisnik Salihu of RPHS Law

“The current political situation in Kosovo is fragile, since the assembly, in the middle of the COVID-19 crisis, dismissed the government of Prime Minister Albin Kurti in a no-confidence vote on March 25, 2020, triggering a huge political crisis in the country,” says Fisnik Salihu, Partner at the RPHS Law Firm in Pristina. The government…

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Regulation of the prices of pharmaceutical products in Kosovo

Ministry of Health of the Republic of Kosovo (MoH) today has published the Prices of Pharmaceutical Products for sale in the Kosovo market, this as part of a major reform of pharmaceutical sector foreseen under Administrative Instruction 02/2019. This publications sets and fixes: A) the maximum purchase price (price ceiling) for medicinal products on the…

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The Buzz in Kosovo: Visar Ramaj, Managing Partner of RPHS

CEE Legal Matters Magazine interviews RPHS Law Partner, Visar Ramaj for a discussion on the legal market in Kosovo; recent developments and progress on legislative framework and recent developments, opportunities and impacts on economic and industrial developments. The full interview is accessible online through CEE LegalMatters Magazine web-site via the following link: The Buzz in…

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Confidentiality in Arbitration: An Essential Changing Attribute

Fisnik Salihu, a Lawyer with RPHS Law and an Arbitrator writes about Confidentiality in Arbitration within the 2nd Volume of the Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Kosovo published by American Chamber of Commerce in Kosovo, Alternative Dispute Resolution Center. You can access Fisnik Salihu’s contribution titled “Confidentiality in Arbitration: An Essential Changing Attribute” in…

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Bankruptcy in Kosovo – The Case of an Attractive Market with Untested Bankruptcy Law

The business environment in Kosovo is becoming highly attractive for investors, offering a favorable tax system, easy access to EU and regional markets, an abundance of natural resources, a skilled and cheap workforce, protection for foreign investments, and a generally well developed legal framework. Nevertheless, according to World Bank’s Doing Business Report, resolving insolvency remains…