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22.02.2011.

Preliminary Conclusions of the Mission, February 21, 2011

Preliminary Conclusions of the Mission, February 21, 2011 After contracting 22 months, industry began to grow again in the second half of 2010, and tourism registered a relatively strong rebound during the summer of 2010. Going forward, the recovery is projected to gain momentum, supported by high world prices and demand for Montenegro’s industrial exports, new tourism projects, and increased confidence in the financial system...

19.02.2011.

Monthly Report with consolidated fiscal data for January

Having in mind the importance of data availability on leading economic trends, the Ministry of Finance has started with the practice of publishing a consolidated Monthly Report which includes the data on both the revenues and expenditures budget perspective, debt and deposits trends, as well as the data on issued guarantees...

10.02.2011.

Official IMF visit to Montenegro

International Monetary Fund (IMF) Delegation will make official visit to Montenegro from 10th to 23th February 2011...

09.02.2011.

Interview of the Minister of Finance, Milorad Katnic, for Dan

Interview of the Minister of Finance, Milorad Katnic, for Dan

Fewer are the reasons for satisfaction with the manner of investments funds functioning. There are exceptions, but funds operation was, to the greatest extent, focused on attaining the interest of the management companies, their owners and managers....

07.02.2011.

Monthly Plan of Source Revenues of the Budget for 2011

The Ministry of Finance has developed the Monthly Revenues Plan on the basis of forecasted economic trends in 2011...

02.02.2011.

World Bank to finance Strengthened Competitiveness and Environmental Sustainability in Montenegro

World Bank to finance Strengthened Competitiveness and Environmental Sustainability in Montenegro

The World Bank Board of Directors approved a new Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) for Montenegro, providing the framework for the World Bank’s assistance to Montenegro during the period 2011–14. The CPS reflects both Montenegro’s status as an upper middle income country with well-defined development priorities and its overarching policy objective of advancing the process of integration into the European Union (EU)...

31.01.2011.

The Ministry of Finance submitted to the European Commission Economic and Fiscal Programme for the 2010th - 2013.

The Ministry of Finance submitted to the European Commission Economic and Fiscal Programme for the 2010th - 2013.

The Ministry of Finance submitted today the Economic and Fiscal Programme for Montenegro 2010 – 2013 to the Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs of the European Commission. The Economic and Fiscal Programme is a strategic document that Montenegro is developing and submitting the fifth consecutive year to the authorized institutions in prescribed deadline (31st January of the current year)...

28.01.2011.

Montenegro Economic and Fiscale programme 2010 - 2013

Montenegro Economic and Fiscale programme 2010 - 2013

17.01.2011.

Interview of the Minister of Finance, Milorad Katnic, for Pobjeda

Interview of the Minister of Finance, Milorad Katnic, for Pobjeda

PODGORICA - New Eurobonds issue will be carried out in the first half of the year and the maximum planned borrowing, envisaged by the Budget for this year, amounts to EUR 180 million, while anticipated borrowing with multilateral financial institutions amounts to EUR 53 million for infrastructural projects financing, said Milorad Katnić, PhD., Finance Minister in an interview to “Pobjeda”. He said that this year’s objective is to reduce public spending to 44.5 percent of GDP. Katnić, who is the youngest Minister in the Government of Igor Luksić, says that, regardless of the fact that Montenegro has emerged from recession, the state bodies should further endeavor in spending taxpayers' money more efficiently...

31.12.2010.

Government of Montenegro launches a website for flood relief donations

Government of Montenegro launches a website for flood relief donations

In autumn 2010, Montenegro has suffered the worst floods in history that forced thousands to abandon their homes and caused unprecedented damage to crops and property. Following the link https://cert.sntcg.com/DefaultEN.aspx, it is possible to donate to Montenegro flood relief from anywhere in the world. The flood victims would welcome any donation, however symbolic, as a token of solidarity and support...