Foreign investments to be scanned for corrosive capital, domestic companies to be integrated into EU production chains


The Macedonian economy is expecting numerous adjustments in the coming period to create a climate of competitiveness and environmental sustainability. The focus of the institutions is expected to be dealing with corrosive and attracting constructive capital.

On the other hand, companies that export to European markets expect adaptation to new EU regulations, including the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism, and raising production standards if they want greater success and their inclusion in European supply chains. and production. These are part of the conclusions of the analyzes conducted by the Institute for Democracy, and supported by the Center for International Private Entrepreneurship from Washington DC, USA.

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