Finance Ministry issues state securities worth EUR 71,58 million

>The Finance Ministry issued state securities worth MKD 4,4 billion (EUR 71,58 million) at Tuesday’s auction. On Wednesday, the ministry will repay MKD 4,11 ...

Doing Business 2018: Macedonia continues to be among top ranked economies

Macedonia is ranked 11th in the latest edition of the annual World Bank Group’s “Doing Business” report, being the best-ranked economy alongside Georgia (9th) ...

Macedonian companies at Moscow Food Fair

Thirteen Macedonian companies take part September 11-14 at “World Food 2017” in Moscow, the largest food fair in Southeast Europe. The presentation is ...

Central Bank sees reduced political risks for the economy

The Council of the Macedonia’s Central Bank (NBRM) held a meeting to examine economic indicators in the second quarter of the year. According to the conclusions ...

China to continue to encourage companies to invest in Macedonia

Chinese government will not change its policy towards Macedonia. Traditional friendship between two countries is a strong basis and I believe that any party that ...

World Bank sees Macedonia growing by 2,8 percent this year, 3,3 percent in 2018

World Bank forecasts predict that Macedonia will grow by 2,8 percent in 2017, with growth accelerating to 3,3 percent in 2018 and 3,8 percent in 2019. The predictions ...

NBRM forecasts 2.5% growth of Macedonia’s economy

The National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia (NBRM) in its April projection forecasts that Macedonia’s economy in 2017 will grow by 2.5%, followed by a 3.2% ...

Conference on bankruptcy proceedings

Economy Minister Driton Kuqi is to address Tuesday a conference themed “Restructuring of debtor in a bankruptcy proceedings” which is held within IPA project ...

Central Bank says economic outlook remains positive with political anxiety remaining main risk factor

The Committee on operative monetary policies of the Macedonian Central Bank (NBRM) met on Wednesday and concluded that the economic foundations remain stable, but ...

World Bank: Macedonian economic growth slowed due to political crisis

Macedonian economy will rise by 2.8 percent in 2017 and 3.3 percent in 2018, forecasts the World Bank in its latest Western Balkans Regular Economic Report, presented ...