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Overall macroeconomic situation stable, Macedonia's economy achieving results - FinMin

21. September 2011. | 08:13

Source: MIA

 The overall macroeconomic situation is being assessed as stable, Macedonia's economy has been achieving the projected economic results in 2011, Vice PM and Minister of Finance Zoran Stavreski stated Monday as the Government's Economic Council was in session.

 The overall macroeconomic situation is being assessed as stable, Macedonia's economy has been achieving the projected economic results in 2011, Vice PM and Minister of Finance Zoran Stavreski stated Monday as the Government's Economic Council was in session.

"The Economic Council has been debating other issues as well referring to Government's priorities - the focal point is construction of technological and industrial development zones and acceleration of certain activities in terms of these zones, because evidently an increasing number of investors are interested in investing in Macedonia," Stavreski said.

Members of the Economic Council are also expected to discuss reforms focused on improving economic competitiveness as well as reforms in the healthcare sector and other fields vital in meeting Government's economic program.

"What is most important is that the Government, especially its economy ministers and president, by holding frequent meetings related to the economy is putting back its focus on economy, economic growth, investments, jobs... on what we believe that the Government and Macedonia are capable of realising in years to come," Stavreski stressed.

Answering a journalist question, he said the amount of foreign investments had been doubled compared to 2010.

"The total amount of foreign investments is over 150 million euros and is doubled than the same period last year, which means a headway has been made in attracting more investments," Stavreski stated.

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