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03.05.2010

Minister of Finance Zoran Stavreski expects for most of Greek investors to keep their business in Macedonia, announcing that the state would cope with the effects of the economic crisis in Greece

29.04.2010

Washington D.C., 25th April 2010 – Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Zoran Stavreski received World Bank award for Macedonia on Sunday in Washington, which according to Doing Business Report,

29.04.2010

Washington, 23rd April 2010 (MIA) –Macedonia expects benefit from the economic progress achieved in the past several years, being also recognized by international institutions, not only in the field of

29.04.2010

Washington, 24th April 2010 (MIA) - Macedonia will be extended support from the World Bank for projects in the energy sector this year. Reforms in the Cadastre Agency, as well as social reforms, for

29.04.2010

Washington, 22nd April (MIA) – Macedonian delegation headed by Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Zoran Stavreski will take part in the Spring Meetings of the World Bank (WB) and the

15.04.2010

Around 725 vehicles, previously having foreign registration plates, have been registered so far. It is around 10 percents of the total number of vehicles imported in the past period, Stavreski said after the

15.04.2010

On Wednesday’s ceremony, Customs Administration marked its 18 years of existence since it acquired its sovereignty and control over the customs territory of the Republic of Macedonia. Newly employed

15.04.2010

Macedonia's Real Estate Cadastre and Registration Project is one of the 12 winners of World Bank competition "Improving the Lives of People in Europe and Central Asia".

14.04.2010

Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Zoran Stavreski was on two-day working visit to the Republic of Turkey. Vice Prime Minister Stavreski attended SEE Annual Meeting of Ministers of Finance

07.04.2010

State returned over EUR 22 million back to the economy on monthly basis. Objective of the Ministry of Finance is, by disbursing less funds on the basis of treasury bills, and repaying higher amounts, to

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