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Mickoski: The Macedonian economy is currently alarming

The situation with the Macedonian economy is currently alarming because we are the only state in Europe with such performance in the economy. But what is even more worrying is that the policies that are planned tfor the future do not offer...
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4,200 people left the counrty in four years, not 300,000 as SDSM says

In 2016 only 440 citizens left the Republic of Macedonia, according to official data from the State Statistical Office. Compared with the years before, the trend has seen a decrease. In 2015, 767 people have migrated from Macedonia in 2014...
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January 2 to be declared non-working day again?

At the request of the citizens, January 2 to be a non-working day for all citizens of the Republic of Macedonia, from the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy say that for such a decision the opinions of the employers and workers are important. “In...
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Macedonia to spend more energy in 2018

Macedonia will spend 2.7 percent more energy in 2018, show projections of this year’s Energy Balance. Oil products will have the largest share in spent energy (51.5%), followed by electricity (28%), biomass (10.5%) and coals (5.3%). A...
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Support for higher wage than the minimum: EUR 60 euros from the state for EUR 300 wage for new employees

State aid will not be granted for new employments with a minimum wage. According to new packages for support of new employments, which are announced to start from March next year – aid for companies will be given only if they give a...
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MEPSO to build new Stip-Probistip power transmission line

Electricity Transmission System Operator of Macedonia (MEPSO) will invest EUR 2,45 million in the construction of a new 110kW power transmission line connecting Stip and Probistip. MEPSO director-general Saso Vasilevski and representative of...
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Slovenia’s average salary highest in region, Macedonia at the bottom

Slovenia has the highest average salary in the region, while Macedonia the lowest, Anadolu Agency reports. The October average salary in Slovenia amounted to EUR 1,056 while that in Macedonia about EUR 382. Average salary in Croatia stood at...
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PM Zaev, Vice-Premier Angjusev present final version of Economic Growth Plan

Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and Vice-Premier for Economic Affairs presented Wednesday at a press conference a final version of the government’s plan for economic growth, which incorporates all suggestions of experts and citizens, voiced...
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VMRO-DPMNE’s project “Buy a House, Buy a Flat” resumes

The Government announced the project “Buy a House, Buy a Flat” will continue. The draft decision on the duration of the public call and the number of public calls for registration of citizens for obtaining a subsidized housing loan...
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January-November industrial production up 0.5 percent: statistics

Industrial production in period January-November, compared to the same period in 2016, increased by 0.5 percent, said the State Statistical Office on Wednesday. Industrial production in November rose by 4.1 percent. Industrial production in...