From January until October 2018, institutions and public companies in BiH spent 25.951.306 BAM for purchasing of new cars.
According to the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, the cost of fuel, tires, leasing of vehicles, maintenance and servicing, insurance, registration and technical inspection, washing, and other expenses was spent at 2,277,401 BAM so that the average cost price is 4.431 BAM.
The largest number of 616 cars is owned by “BH Post” company, followed by “Ceste Federacije” with 135 cars, BiH Ministry of Defense with 102 cars and 101 cars from Border Police of BiH.
The mine removal center (BHMAK) owns 63 cars, the Federal Inspection Directorate 61, the City of Bijeljina and the company “Komunalac” from Tuzla, 58, the Sarajevo Health Center 55.
The Government of Hercegovina-Neretva Canton spent 408,833 BAM (three tenders), Elektroprivreda BiH, which spent 340,018 BAM (eight tenders), followed by Zenica Institute for Health and Safety of 240,700 BAM (one tender) Directorate for Coordination of Police Bodies of BiH with 179.276 BAM (11 tenders), BH Post with 115.922 BAM (24 tenders).