• Turkish plastics manufacturer Proline to open a plant in Macedonia

    Turkish Proline company announced it will open a plant for plastic products in Macedonia, with an investment worth 3 million EUR. Owner of Proline Altan Chugerlich announced the investment after meeting with Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski at a business forum in the Turkish city of Adana on Friday.

  • Pesevski and Jankuloska meet with UK Foreign Office official

    Deputy PM in charge of economic affairs Vladimir Pesevski and Interior Minister Gordana Jankuloska held talks on Thursday with the Head of the Western Balkans and Enlargement Directorate at the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Owen Jenkins. He was accompanied at the meeting by the UK Ambassador to Macedonia, Charles Garrett.

  • Todorov: Crisis center set to be established as part of SEE Health Network

    Initiatives within the Southeastern Europe Health Network with an emphasis on the opening of a center to deal with health-related crisis situations, such as the recent floodings in the countries in the region that are part of the Health Network, and the role of the WHO Regional Director for Europe in supporting the network and its functioning are some of the topics which have been mentioned by Health Minister Nikola Todorov in his address at the 64th session of the WHO Regional Committee for Europe, which kicked off Monday in Copenhagen.

  • 2015 Budget to provide higher salaries, pensions, welfare

    The 2015 Budget, which was passed at a Government session late on Saturday, will provide higher salaries in the public sector, higher pensions and welfare.