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14.11.2017

Draft budget aims to boost competitiveness, economic development, more balanced regional development

Draft budget aims to boost competitiveness, economic development, more balanced regional development

Podgorica, Montenegro (14 November 2017) -- "We passed the budget for the next year after the first year of conducting financial consolidation and achieved encouraging results in improving stability of the financial sector, and a significant growth of our economy," Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Policy and Financial System Milutin Simović told today's press conference presenting the 2018 Draft Budget Law...



14.11.2017.

Press release from 49th Cabinet session

Press release from 49th Cabinet session

Podgorica, Montenegro (14 November 2017) -- At today's 49th session, the Government of Montenegro adopted the Projections of Macroeconomic and Fiscal Indicators for the period 2017 - 2020. and passed the Draft Law on the Budget of Montenegro for 2018. The document, adopted by the Government, projects real economic growth at the rate of 4% this year, and of 3% in 2018.



 

 

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17.11.2017.

Prime Minister Duško Marković opens business incubator in Cetinje

Prime Minister Duško Marković opens business incubator in Cetinje

Cetinje, Montenegro (17 November 2017) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković opened in Cetinje earlier today the Business Incubator, which is located within the industrial complex which used to belong to the former Košuta shoe factory. The goal of the Business Incubator is to help the development of micro, small and medium enterprises during the first their years of operation...

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17.11.2017.

Ankara: Montenegro, Turkey sign package of agreements – modalities for strengthening economic cooperation agreed

Ankara: Montenegro, Turkey sign package of agreements – modalities for strengthening economic cooperation agreed

Ankara, Turkey (17 November 2017) -- Deputy Prime Ministers of Montenegro and the Republic of Turkey Milutin Simović and Recep Akdağ signed a package of agreements and thus achieved concrete results in the field of deepening and improving the economic cooperation of the two countries, while defining clear further goals – a threefold increase in the volume of commodity exchange and the animation of new Turkish companies for investment in Montenegro...

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17.11.2017.

PM Marković hosts leaders of Pljevlja: Partnership work towards even better development of municipality

PM Marković hosts leaders of Pljevlja: Partnership work towards even better development of municipality

Podgorica, Montenegro (17 November 2017) -- Congratulating the management and citizens of Pljevlja on the Municipality Day, Prime Minister Duško Marković expressed his willingness to define the modalities and find opportunities for improving the overall situation in the municipality of Pljevlja. Speaking with Mayor of Pljevlja Mirko Đačić, President of the Municipal Assembly Tarik Gadžović, and Deputy Mayor Anela Kriještorac, he said that it is necessary to create conditions in the partnership between the Municipality and the Government to improve the situation in the municipality of Pljevlja in terms of development, new employment and more intensive improvement of the living conditions of citizens...

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16.11.2017.

Press release from 50th Cabinet session

Press release from 50th Cabinet session

Podgorica, Montenegro (16 November 2017) – At today session, the Montenegrin Cabinet adopted the Information on the Results of the Negotiations between the Government of Montenegro and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) in connection with the PBG-Policy Based Guarantee and accepted the proposals of the key documents that serve as a basis for the finalisation of the process of granting the Guarantee to Montenegro...

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16.11.2017.

DPM Simović and Turkish Economy Minister Zeybekci agree on need to amend free trade agreement as quickly as possible

DPM Simović and Turkish Economy Minister Zeybekci agree on need to amend free trade agreement as quickly as possible

Ankara, Turkey (16 November 2017) -- During his visit to Ankara, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Milutin Simović met with Minister of Economy of Turkey Nihat Zeybekci. Having thanked the Turkish Minister for warm welcome, DPM Simović stressed the good economic cooperation between Montenegro and Turkey, adding that the 4th session of the Mixed Commission for Economic Cooperation between the Government of Montenegro and the Government of Turkey, which is in progress in Ankara, will create conditions for the implementation of new concrete projects...

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