Budapest helped EFTTA turn loss into profit in 2017
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EFTTA turned a loss of €5,639 in 2016 into a profit of €51,847 last year, delegates at the association’s Annual General Assembly (AGA) heard today.
Lobbying, a key strategy of the organisation, received €115,953 compared to €89,950 in the previous year. The salary of EFTTA’s CEO, Jean-Claude Bel, including travel, reduced from €167,681 to €158,962.
Net income from last year’s EFTTEX in Budapest was €612,593 compared to €529,598 in Amsterdam in 2016.