SDSM: Postponing the Eurobond has no costs for the state


Hristijan Mickoski’s claims about demanding compensation and paying penalties due to the non-issuance of the Eurobond are also incorrect.
There is no cost to the state. Agents and investors are promptly notified of the administrative hurdle related to the issuance of the Eurobond.
Investors are interested in signing up again for the auction, which will take place immediately after the election of the new Minister of Justice.
The funds from the Eurobond will finance the Eurobond from 2016, which matures in July.
Investors’ confidence in the economic policies of the SDSM-led Government is strong, as reflected by their demand for the Eurobond, which was 2.5 times higher than the supply.

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