Government presents third set of economic measures against coronacrisis


The government unveiled Sunday the third set of economic measures aimed at
recovering domestic economy hit from the coronavirus outbreak. The set of
measures was adopted at Sunday’s session of the government. Its estimated
amount stands at EUR 355 million or 5.5% of GDP and is intended to 730,000
beneficiaries, said Prime Minister Oliver Spasovski at a press conference.
EUR 125 million will be allocated for export-oriented companies, as well as a
guarantee for securing customs debt. While EUR 25 million will be earmarked for the
private sector for a new markets, competitiveness and modernization.
The third pillar of the latest set is for agricultural development, which will amount to
EUR 76.1 euros.

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