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The CEO of Invest Macedonia, Vullnet Ademi and Deputy CEO Sami Rushidi had a meeting with the Deputy CEO of the InvestBulgaria Agency, Ms. Madzide Aleksova, and their other representatives. It was discussed about increasing the economic cooperation between countries, connecting the Macedonian and Bulgarian companies, the conditions for starting and doing a business, interest in various projects, as well as increasing the trade exchange between Macedonia and Bulgaria.

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It was emphasized that Macedonia is an important economic partner of Bulgaria, given the advantages of the Macedonian market for the Bulgarian companies, primarily in the part of low transport costs.We expect our EU membership commitments to cause greater interest in starting and doing a business and increased trade, not only for Bulgarian companies, but also for companies of all EU Member States.The meeting was held after the Macedonian-Bulgarian business forum in Skopje, who was attended by over 50 companies from Bulgaria and a large number of representatives of Macedonian companies.

This Business Forum is the first event after the signing of the Agreement for Friendship, Good Neighborhood and Cooperation between Macedonia and Bulgaria in 2017.

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Eaton Vance Management sees the Republic of Macedonia as one of the most attractive investments in central and eastern Europe, with the former Yugoslav state on track to integrate more with the European Union, Bloomberg reports.

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Macedonia is  ranked on 10th, ahead of all other countries in the region, based on the average of each economy’s ease of doing business scores for the ten topics included in the aggregate ranking. Macedonia also ranked 7th in terms of protecting minority investors.
In comparison, Slovenia is ranked 40th, Kosovo 44th, Serbia 48th, Montenegro 50th, Croatia 58th, Bulgaria 59th, Albania 63rd, Greece 72nd, and Bosnia and Herzegovina 89th.
http://www.worldbank.org/content/dam/doingBusiness/media/Annual-Reports/English/DB2019-report_web-version.pdf