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Articles from Macedonian Business Monthly (February 1, 2017)

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35,000 Macedonian citizens paid pensions by another state: since independence, the Republic of Macedonia has concluded social insurance agreements with Austria, Switzerland, Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Belgium, Romania, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Montenegro, Australia and Canada. 201
Credit line of eur 50 mn for Macedonian companies: the National Bank decided for the third time since December 2016 to reduce the benchmark interest rate by 0.25 percentage points, to 3.25 percent, the same level of July last year, that is before the crisis began. 181
ELEM reviews options for building new power stations: headed towards expanding the portfolio of renewable sources, ELEM continues to realize the second stage of the project Parc of Veterans in Bogdanci, and the third stage of the project for revitalization of existing hydro power plants. 256
ELEM: production of electricity in January exceeds projection by 8.61 percent: the hydroelectric power stations' output exceeded projections by 28.91 percent and the Bogdanci wind farm put out 37.59 percent more electricity. 144
Fitch confirmed the "BB" rating for Macedonia, businessmen are optimists: according to Executive Director of Macedonia's Chambers of Commerce, Mitko Aieksov this confirmation will serve as incentive for domestic and foreign investors to increase their production and expand their businesses. 194
Foreign investors will present free ideas to the new government: the Foreign Investors Council will issue a White book of remarks and proposals, and will organize a platform for analyzing the problem with lack of educated workforce pursuant business' needs. 164
Free projects for cheese production facilities. 109
German companies' interest in Macedonia rising: the German companies present in the Macedonian market employ some 20,000 people today and trade between Macedonia and Germany in 2015 totaled 2.5 billion euros. 188
Government will double the subsidies for organic production. 101
Housing buildings and residential properties show in 3D Cadastre: the project should be completed in three years and will be financed with funds of the European Union, following the experience of Netherlands Cadastre for introducing a tridimensional preview of the real-estate. 147
Improved cooperation as imperative. 126
Increased purchase and sale of agricultural products. 118
Individual promotion of tour-operators abroad. 262
Internship for thousand unemployed young people in private companies. 432
Investments stimulate regional growth. 312
Kuci: 1.4 million denar support for HACCP systems. 130
Macedonia among the least indebted countries in the region: the public or national debt consists of the capital that the country borrowed for financing the deficit. 146
Macedonia to receive the first plastic money. 236
Macedonian trucks to be driven in capitals around world. 202
New Brownfield investment in Demir Hisar. 161
New tailings pond in "Sasa" mine to be built by all standards: after authorities issue all the necessary permits, the tailings pond is expected to start operating in 2018. 159
Online preview of the content of land parcels for construction. 250
Online register for purchased agricultural products. 104
Over 3,100 women started their own business: it is a positive fact that women participate with 30 percent out of the total number of created jobs. 200
Political crisis taking toll on energy reforms. 237
Retirement conditions to remain the same. 219
Stopanska, Komercijalna and NLB Banka mark profit in millions. 109
Subsidies for converting old rural houses into tourist flats. 179
TAV in talks with Eurowings to introduce flights to Munich and Dusseldorf. 198
Wine export increased by 30 percent in 2016. 188

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