After a number of interesting evolutions in April, in May the Regulatory Framework has been subject of a number of other evolutions. The most important has been the promulgation of the set of laws on fiscal amnesty, capital legalization and the reform of income tax system for companies. The Government has approved the Regulation on granting guarantees and compensations to employees combining work and education. The governmental intentions are rather clear and welcome, but the Regulation providing for compulsory granting of such guarantees and compensations for all economic units notwithstanding their ownership type and legal organization form could be actually ignored by the private companies. Also in May there was taken the decision to set up the Organization for Small and Medium Enterprises Development. Being one of the obligations stipulated under the Plan of Actions Moldova – European Union, this decision is of crucial importance. But the new organization will get efficient only when allocated larger financial amounts for granting assistance to SME support programs, endowing with human resources, ensuring transparency and enforcing certain independence while implementing policies.