If we increase wages as demanded by the unions, there may be additional inflationary pressure, says Kovachevski


Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski says that there should be an increase in salaries in education, but we must be aware that this is the most critical year after World War II and we must make sure that the state can finance all its obligations.

The Prime Minister pointed out that in this case, the responsibility is not only in simply increasing wages, and that there is a possibility of additional inflationary pressure.

“The solution must be balanced between what the union demands and what the budget offers as an opportunity, because all those citizens already receive a subsidy for electricity, reduced VAT on food, etc.,” said PM Kovachevski.

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