The GAP Institute on Tuesday published a report on the lack of sectoral access to the economic recovery program. The report argues that the COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected various industries of the economy in Kosovo, and that the decisions of the Government of Kosovo to restrict business and movement of citizens which were taken to prevent the spread of the virus were not the same for all industry, consequently the economic effects are different.
Based on the latest data from the Tax Administration of Kosovo (TAK), the report shows that the economic activities with the highest decline in turnover are the arts, entertainment and recreation industry (79%), real estate (44%). ), transport and storage (43%) and accommodation and food service (37%). “, it is said in the press release of GAP.