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Articles from Macedonian Business Monthly (June 1, 2017)

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"Adient" opens new plant in Tidz Strumica. 159
3,500 jobs can be opened in energy efficiency sector in 5 to 10 years: the study "National Contributions to Climate Change" developed by MANU's Research Center for Energy and Sustainable Development says that the construction of buildings by the new energy efficiency standards can help create 3,500 new jobs by 2030. 238
68,000 tourists visited Macedonia in April. 237
Angjusev: government will prepare new law on energy: the amendments in the Energy Community Treaty regard provisions that stimulate high degree of implementation of the acquis communautaire on Energy for signatory countries of the Treaty, as well as defining the rules for cooperation between signatory countries. 180
Angjusev: government won't, meddle into business sector. 185
Best practices in renewable sources presented at the business forum in Stockholm: the main topic of discussion was the production of energy from renewable sources in which Sweden is a leading country and Macedonia has high potential. Strategies for developing so-called smart cities and waste management, as well as opportunities for cooperation between Macedonia and Sweden were discussed at the Forum. 167
Bogov: investment grade will increase if political uncertainty decreases: the economy in Macedonia is sound, concluded governor Bogov, mostly because the export structure of metal industry changed and new investment entered the market, starting with Johnson controls in 2006 and continuing in present times. 344
Cheaper roaming services on the Balkans. 127
China to continue encouraging companies to invest in Macedonia. 167
EIB lends Macedonia EUR 100 MN in 2012 helping create 2,000 new jobs. 144
Farmers demand minimal price of 12 denars per kilogram of wheat: according to FFRM, this year's wheat production, especially in Pelagonija region, dropped by 60 percent because of the drought, and crops are smaller in size. 163
Fixed term employees to enjoy the same rights as other employees. 301
Flat prices in Skopje continue to drop: despite of the falling prices, NBRM underlines that the situation with housing loans is stable. 158
Half of the young population is unemployed, mainly due to education: according to the report presented by the European parliament, youth unemployment is over 50 percent and the Macedonian educational system isn't harmonized with the needs on the labor market. 241
Highway construction standstill threatens 1,500 building workers in Macedonia. 229
IPARD 2 funds modern dairy farms: the dairy farm situation is not very favorable at the moment. 159
IPARD funds applications deadline extended: the IPARD 2 program disposes of 60 million euro in EU funds, to which 25 percent of funds from the Macedonian budget are added. 150
Legalized 180,000 unauthorized constructions registered in Cadastre: over 360,000 requests were submitted in the first deadline for property legalization in 2011, and another 80,000 requests were submitted in the additional deadline. 144
More money from home loans, issuing Eurobond still being considered: some economists say that home loans are indeed cheaper yet they urge the authorities to be careful in managing the public debt. 264
NBRM says economic activity stagnates, notes 2.5 percent GDP growth risks. 167
Nenovski: the sound dynamics for attracting foreign investments shouldn't change: according to Nenovski, the foreign direct investments have multiple positive impacts on the Macedonian economy. 111
Over 4,500 unemployed people completed training courses. 201
Over 70,000 people attended job fairs. 106
Payments of minimum wage of MKD 12,000 to start in September. 205
Plastic money with denomination value of 10 and 50 denars: for that purpose, the National Bank published an open call on the online public procurement system for an agreement with estimated value of around 2 million euro. 167
Reasons to invest in Macedonia. 2207
Regional conference on Cadastre and spatial data infrastructure. Conference news 242
Sapurik: more investment power for domestic companies. 198
Skopje citizens have the highest salaries in Macedonia. 122
Some 65 percent of the electricity consumption in April came from domestic sources. 128
Subsidies granted in practical support instead of financial aid: according to Executive Director at the Rural Coalition, Liljana Jonoski farmers need developmental component which will support them to invest in updating and modernizing their production. 182
Sugareski-Lixien talks focus on highways. 178
The biggest financial support goes for vegetative propagation: every year, tobacco-growers are first to receive financial support. 134
There will be progressive taxation: the ministry of finance has already set up a working group of several tax and economic experts who are considering ways in which Macedonia's taxation policy could change. 240

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