News

01.02.2010

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

28.01.2010

Increase of industrial production by 20% in December, announced by State Statistics Office, and previous increase of 4% are the first serious signs of stabilization

26.01.2010

Data on the 2009 Bugdet execution show that the budget deficit is within the projections, amounting to 2.77% of GDP.

20.01.2010

Macedonia is among the countries that have made the greatest progress according to the 2010 Index of Economic Freedom, announced by the Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal.

14.01.2010

Fiscal policy cannot do anything more than what it does in terms of its support to the economic activity, but the monetary policy contribution is missing, Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Financed said in the interview for “Kapital” magazine.

05.01.2010

Budget is in good condition. As of December inclusive, total revenues accounted for 96.3% of the projections, whereas budget deficit was within the preliminary projections at the planned level of 2.77% of GDP.

30.12.2009

Capital investments performance as of 30th December inclusive accounted for 73.5%, Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Zoran Stavreski announced, following the signing of the Sub-Loan Agreement within the Municipal Services Improvement Project, financed by the World Bank.

30.12.2009

Kocani Municipality will use EUR 600,000 under World Bank Municipal Services Improvement Project to reconstruct part of water supply network.Vice Prime Minister Zoran Stavreski and Kocani Ratko Dimitriovski singed the Sub-Loan Agreement today.

24.12.2009

With 66 yes votes, one no vote and no abstentions, Parliament of the Republic of Macedonia adopted Thursday the 2010 Budget, according to which revenues are planned to Denar 143,257 million, and expenditures are planned to Denar 153,720 billion. Deficit is projected at 2.5% of GDP, amounting to Denar 10,460 billion.

18.12.2009

Today, Payment Agency, through which IPARD funds will be realized in Macedonia, received accreditation from the European Commission, Ministry of Finance announced.

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