Current economic crisis in Greece could affect Macedonian trade, but it will have no negative effects on Greek investments, Minister of Finance, Zoran Stavreski said today.


Government will compensate tenants at “Luj Paster” street, whose flats were destroyed by part of the roof construction of former “Jugobanka” building the day before yesterday.


People in Macedonia are compassionate and want to help their fellow citizens who need assistance, agreed participants at the first conference on philanthropy in Macedonia


Government decided to reduce excises on used vehicles and 90 percent of the new vehicles and set new model on calculating this duty based on vehicle value,


New Integrated System for Public Procurement enables e-procurement, implements paperless environment and provides greater efficiency and cost-effectiveness of public procedure procedures.


Macedonian economy will exit recession in the first quarter this year, Minister of Finance Zoran Stavreski said during today’s visit in Krusevo.


Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Zoran Stavreski, and Krusevo Mayor, Vasilco Damcevski, laid the foundations for the City Market today, for which the Government allocated EUR 250,000.


Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Zoran Stavreski talks about the Agreement on Clearing Debt between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Macedonia to be signed by April


Ministry of Finance sold 6-month treasury bills with forex clause in the amount of Denar 1,500,000,000 with 5% interest rate today.


Government prepared eight reform laws in the financial sphere to improve business climate and submitted them to the Parliament of the Republic of Macedonia.