Macedonian economy continues its trade liberalization in 2012 - SEVERE COMPETITION IN THE MARKETS, COMPETITIVENESS THE MOST POWERFUL “WEAPON”
In the Republic of Macedonia the average reduction of tariffs is by 2.4% - (Law on Customs Tariff for 2012, Official Gazette of RM No.183/2011).
Customs duties on more goods from January 1st, 2012 are falling from 8.9% to 6.5%. Reduction is in line with the undertaken obligations from the Protocol of Accession of the Republic of Macedonia to the World Trade Organization and is also the last cut in this regard. >>>
FORUM OF CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE OF CEFTA REGION
Serbian Chamber of Commerce 9 November 2010
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Within CEFTA Week 2010, The Seventh Forum of Chambers of Commerce of CEFTA Region was held in Belgrade. >>>
Free Trade Agreement between Serbia and Turkey enters into force on September 1st 2010
Serbian businessmen with this Agreement have the opportunity to use the advantage of joint production with Turkey and diagonal cumulation of origin of goods with other CEFTA countries which have bilateral free trade agreements with Turkey, such as Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro and Albania. More...
MACEDONIAN ECONOMY IN THE CONDITIONS OF GLOBAL CRISIS
Negative effects of the global economic crisis, which Macedonia economy has experienced from the very beginning of the fourth quarter of 2008, continues to intensify. Although all the sectors are not equally affected now, the survey on members from real sector indicate that the world economic crisis` strongest and fiercest blow will be felt after the first quarter of the year. More...