Friday, February 01, 2008

Macedonia expects EUR 280 million foreign investments in 2008

The direct foreign investments in Macedonia will be EUR 282 million in 2008 and EUR 329 million in 2009, Finance Minister Trajko Slaveski told members of the U.S.-Macedonian Chamber, the Macedonian Makfax agency reported.
Slaveski noted the prognosis was worked out in cooperation with the International Monetary Fund and the National Bank of Macedonia. The finance minister grounded the expectations on the reforms that were implemented last year, as well as on the large number of activities that will be undertaken in the next period of encouraging the direct foreign investments.

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