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Macedonian Government set to announce fresh anti-crisis package

06. March 2010. | 08:56

Source: MIA

Vice Premier Pesevski said that about 20 measures would be proposed, some of which provided by the business community and others by ministries in the past two months.

The Government is set to adopt Friday and announce the new package of anti-crisis measures on Saturday.

The Government's economic team, comprised of Vice Premier for Economic Affairs Vladimir Pesevski, Vice Premier and Finance Minister Zoran Stavreski and Economy Minister Fatmir Besimi held talks with representatives of the country's three chambers of commerce.

Vice Premier Pesevski said after the meeting about 20 measures would be proposed, some of which provided by the business community and others by ministries in the past two months.

"This is a demonstration of the Government's efforts for improvement of the business climate. The objective is to make business more efficient", added Pesevski.

Chambers' representatives voiced their satisfaction from the regular communication established with the Government and the inclination towards accepting their proposals


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