Inflation in Macedonia is breaking records, and unfortunately it is one of the highest rates in all of Europe. In August, an official inflation rate of 16.8% was measured, which is far more than the countries in the entire region. In one year, citizens in Macedonia pay twice as much for basic life products, bread, oil, milk, meat, fuel and electricity. In other words, what used to be bought with 500 denars today cannot even be bought with 1,000 denars, says opposition VMRO-DPMNE.
The standard of the citizens is plummeting, and the Kovachevski government does not blink an eye about it. On top of everything, Macedonia, apart from being the fastest impoverished, also has the lowest GDP growth for the second quarter of only 2.8%. We ended the month of July with a drop in industrial production compared to last year, and nearly a quarter of the companies have not paid their July salaries.
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