Tag: capital budget

Inflation continues to undermine purchasing power and investment

The growth of real wages was significantly slowed down by the still very high inflation rate, which has consequences for the standard of living,...

Budget revenues in the first four months of EUR 797.4 million

In the first four months of this year, budget revenues amounted to EUR 797.4 million or 12.9% of the estimated GDP, according to data...

Municipalities in the north of Montenegro receive one million euros each from the economic citizenship program

All municipalities in the north of Montenegro will receive one million euros each, and these are funds received from the economic citizenship program. As announced...

Montenegro, why is the realization of capital projects late?

In the first three months of this year, the Directorate for Capital Projects and Traffic realized EUR 13.24 million worth of projects, which is...
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Montenegro, Budget cash deficit amounted to EUR 249.1 million last year

Last year, the budget cash deficit amounted to EUR 249.1 million, or 4.4 percent of the estimated gross domestic product (GDP), according to data...

In the next three years, Montenegro’s going to borrow €2.35 billion, of which 600 €million this year

In the next three years, Montenegro’s going to borrow €2.35 billion, of which 600 €million this year, and if the trend of high interest...
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