• Ivanovski: Half of Macedonian population uses Internet

    Broadband Internet is available to 40 percent of Macedonian households, while half of the population uses Internet, Minister of Information Society and Administration Ivo Ivanovski told the International Regulatory Conference in Ohrid on Tuesday.

  • Macedonia makes progress in control over public finances, says Stavreski

    Macedonia has made a significant breakthrough regarding internal financial control, however more concrete implementation is needed in order Macedonia to reach the level of those countries in the region that are EU members, Deputy PM and Finance Minister Zoran Stavreski told Wednesday’s conference on internal financial control.

  • Macedonia talks with Chinese COSCO for a logistical, manufacturing zone

    Deputy Prime Minister Vladimir Pesevski said that Macedonia is in talks with the Chinese forwarder COSCO to identify a location for a long term logistical zone. Speaking at a conference organized by Macedonian Railroads and the giant Chinese shipping company, Pesevski said that this logistical zone could also serve as a future economic zone with light manufacturing, similar to the special status give to almost 20 locations for industrial development across Macedonia.

  • Over 200 doctors sent for training abroad in past four months

    A total of 234 healthcare workers from the public provider system were sent to education in renowned medical centers in Europe and across the World in the past four months, the Health Ministry informed on Wednesday.