Public debt to jump to 66% of GDP and will not drop below 60% until at least 2026

The country’s public debt will grow, and stabilization, or a drop below the psychological limit of 60 percent of GDP, is not expected until 2026, analyzes the ...

PRO blocks banks accounts of about 14,000 citizens

Despite the delay of the Government financial assistance for salaries to the companies, and thus the payment of the workers’ salaries, the Public Revenue Office ...

Roaming charges between Balkan countries set to be abolished on July 1st

Roaming charges between Macedonia, Albania, Bosnia, Kosovo, Montenegro and Serbia are set to be abolished this summer. According to the EU negotiated deal, the so-called ...

Dimitrieska Kocoska: The government has taken us into bankruptcy, every family of four owes 2,400 euros plus interest in just one year

If in 2016 SDSM representatives said, “There is no justice when the public debt grows dizzyingly” today from this rostrum I will tell them: There is ...

Mucunski: While the government deals with Byzantine games, Macedonia’s debt grows for another 700 million euros

VMRO-DPMNE MP, Timco Mucunski told Sitel TV said that today for five hours in the Parliament, Prime Minister Zaev dealt with Byzantine games instead of the problems ...

Macedonia issues the eighth Eurobond worth 700 million euros

The Republic of Macedonia issued Wednesday the eighth Eurobond worth EUR 700 million with a maturity period of seven years and the lowest interest rate on record, ...

2020 GDP drop slowed down in the last quarter, estimated at 4.5 percent for the whole year

Macedonian GDP dropped 4.5 percent for 2020, the State Statistics Bureau informed. The drop slowed down to 0.7 percent in the last quarter of the year, after the ...

Ruling majority in Parliament is unable to deliver aid to the badly hit tobacco farmers

The ruling majority’s inability to convene the Parliament, due to its very narrow cushion of votes, is badly affecting the tobacco farmers. This agricultural branch ...

Zaev chased out the young people from the country, over 40% of the higher education staff went abroad

The outflow of highly educated people in Macedonia is becoming a serious problem. The departure of highly educated citizens abroad results in a lack of educated ...

ZMAI: 6,783 jobs were lost in the textile industry in 2020

The ZMAI analytical center reports that only the textile sector in Macedonia lost 6,783 jobs in 2020, during the coronavirus pandemic. The industry employs over ...