President of the Association of Chambers of Commerce of Macedonia Danela Arsovska estimates that the IMF projection for a decline of 4 percent will undergo some revision, because in Macedonia the end of the economic and health crisis is still not in sight, unlike other countries. "The real sector has...
The situation is more than serious and alarming, warns the president of the Association of Chambers of Commerce, Danela Arsovska in last night's edition of "Sto ne e jasno?" on Alfa TV. Their analysis showed that 99 percent of companies are really affected by the health and economic crisis caused by the COVID-19...
The Association of Chambers of Commerce of Macedonia appeals for extensive consultation and intensification of the dialogue with the relevant institutions in order for the economic measures to have a positive effect on the real sector and to be realistically applicable. In times of health and economic crisis, companies are facing a challenge...
Poverty will deepen in Macedonia by the end of 2020, according to a World Bank report released in the Western Balkans on Friday, which shows that all countries in the region will experience the negative effects of coronavirus and more than 130,000 citizens in the country at the end...
63,174 denars net salary was received by the employees in the Computer programming sector, consulting and related activities. These data refer to March 2020, and were published by the State Statistical Office. Employees in this sector have the highest salaries. The situation is the same with quarters back. The average salary in...
The Government has taken COVID-19 measures similar to those of EU member-states, such as loans for businesses, delay of tax payment, subsidies in April and May. This ensures liquidity, keeps jobs and lowers the risk of bankruptcy, said Freek Janmaat, Head of Operations at the EU Delegation in Skopje,...
Additional 7,030 unemployed people were registered by the Employment Agency in April. If about 2,000 new jobseekers are added to this job in March, then in the first two months of the corona crisis, about 9,000 people lost their jobs in the country. The total number of unemployed at...
We will be loud even with face masks, was the motto of the unions and civic associations that mark Labor Day Mat 1st during the coronavirus pandemic. This year, instead of a traditional march, due to the curfew and the ban on grouping, workers' rights activists are celebrating the day...
The World Bank approved EUR 90 million (US$ 98.5 million equivalent) of financing to support North Macedonia’s efforts to prevent, detect and respond to the threat posed by COVID-19, strengthen national systems for public health preparedness, and help mitigate some of the social consequences of the pandemic, the World...
The COVID-19 pandemic and the measures taken to deal with this situation have once again shown that the safest job and the most secure existence are offered by employment in the state administration and the public sector, said the president of Transparency International Macedonia (TI-M), Slagjana Taseva. TI-M announced today...