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29.11.2012.

Government projects Montenegro economy growth of 0.5% in 2012

Podgorica, Montenegro (29 November 2012) – At today’s session, the Government adopted the Analysis of Macroeconomic Trends and Structural Reforms in 2012, which corresponds with the earlier projections that forecast the Montenegrin economy’s growth of 0.5% in 2012...

25.10.2012.

Government determines quota of 16 500 work permits for foreigners in 2013

Government determines quota of 16 500 work permits for foreigners in 2013

Podgorica, Montenegro (25 October 2012) – According to the Decision on determination of number of work permits for foreigners, the Government determined 16 500 work permits for 2013, Labour Minister Suad Numanović told the press following the Cabinet meeting earlier today...

18.10.2012.

Government projects Montenegro economy growth in 2013-2015

Government projects Montenegro economy growth in 2013-2015

Podgorica, Montenegro (18 October 2012) -- Bearing in mind the uncertainty of the economic environment and its impact on the Montenegrin economy, the Government has designed two macroeconomic scenarios for the 2013-2015 period: a baseline scenario and a lower growth scenario...

18.05.2012.

Government adopts economic analysis for 2011 and first quarter of 2012

Government adopts economic analysis for 2011 and first quarter of 2012

Podgorica, Montenegro (18 May 2012) – At yesterday’s session, the Government adopted the economic analysis for 2011 and the first quarter of 2012...

26.04.2012.

Government approves Draft Revised Budget for 2012

Government approves Draft Revised Budget for 2012

Podgorica, Montenegro (26 April 2012) – At yesterday's session, the Cabinet approved the Draft Revised Budget for 2012. The main reasons for revising the Budget are negative economic developments in the euro zone which have caused investments reduction, thereby reducing the budget revenues, lower revenues in the first months due to severe weather conditions and the need to provide additional funds due to payments made under given loan guarantees...

08.03.2012.

Government prepares Contribution to EC's Spring Report, advances EU negotiation structure

Government prepares Contribution to EC

Podgorica, Montenegro (8 March 2012) -- The Government has prepared the Contribution to the European Commission’s Spring Report on Montenegro’s progress in meeting the seven key requirements for the period 1 September 2011 – 1 March 2012, Chief Negotiator for EU accession Aleksandar Pejović told the press following the Cabinet meeting earlier today...

02.02.2012.

Montenegro establishes EU accession negotiation structure

Montenegro establishes EU accession negotiation structure

Podgorica, Montenegro (2 February 2012) – At today’s session, the Cabinet reached a decision to set up Montenegro’s EU negotiation team. The negotiation structure will be composed of 6 new bodies: College for Negotiations on Accession of Montenegro to the European Union, State Delegation, Negotiating Team, Working Groups for Preparation of Negotiations on Individual Negotiating Chapters, Office of the Chief Negotiator, and the Secretariat of the Negotiating Team...

26.01.2012.

Government 2012 agenda focuses on EU, NATO, economic growth, regional cooperation

Government 2012 agenda focuses on EU, NATO, economic growth, regional cooperation

Podgorica, Montenegro (26 January 2012) – The Government agenda for 2012, which comprises 200 topics, puts special emphasis on Montenegro’s EU and NATO integration efforts, alleviation of the negative effects of the economic crisis and encouragement of economic growth, as well as regional and bilateral cooperation, the Secretary General of the Government Žarko Šturanović told the press conference following the Cabinet meeting earlier today...

30.12.2011.

Government appoints head negotiator for EU entry talks and new chief of police, takes steps to improve healthcare, public sector, economy

Government appoints head negotiator for EU entry talks and new chief of police, takes steps to improve healthcare, public sector, economy

Podgorica, Montenegro (30 December 2011) – At yesterday’s session, the Montenegrin Cabinet introduced a number of measures aimed at restructuring the public administration for better efficiency, improving the healthcare system and boosting economic growth in 2012...

11.11.2011.

Government drafts 2012 budget with no sharp cuts, proposes judiciary reform

Podgorica, Montenegro (11 November 2011) – The Government of Montenegro adopted at the yesterday’s Cabinet meeting the draft Budget for 2012 which, although conservative, does not introduce sharp cuts and ensures proper functioning of the Government agencies. It has been drafted bearing in mind the economic and fiscal crisis and the recommendations from international partners such as the World Bank...