Naim Huruglica

Naim Huruglica

Naim Huruglica led the Kosovo Customs for a decade. As head of the Customs, he supported the development of a modern fiscal system and effective trade policy, and negotiated trade issues with neighboring countries. Presently, he works as consultant for state bodies and international organizations. He studied macroeconomics at Pristina University and obtained a Master degree in international finance at Sheffield University, UK. He also teaches international business.

Kosovo– Creating Performing Institutions, The Case of Kosovo Customs

One of the main attributes of a state is the existence of an effective customs administration which is able to control borders and facilitate their crossing, through specific routes and official checkpoints. In the case of Kosovo, Customs were created in 1999, and with the assistance of the international community, they could become a modern institution and address the challenges most customs are confronted with – in particular the prevention of corruption and controlling all borders.

CREATING KOSOVO CUSTOMS FROM SCRATCH...