Thursday, December 07, 2006

World Bank is Satisfied with Macedonia’s Reforms Progress

The World Bank mission in Skopje stated on November 28th it was satisfied with the progress of the reforms for improving Macedonia’s business climate, labor market, state administration and decentralization, the Macedonian Spic newspaper informs. A governmental team headed by the Deputy PM for Economic Affairs Zoran Stavrevski met the mission to discuss the implementation of the measures provided in the Development Policy loans. The World Bank assessed that a considerable progress was achieved in the area of justice, and the reforms in the healthcare sector corresponded to the conditions in the country. The mission’s visit finishes on Sunday, the newspaper adds.

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