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World Travel & Tourism Council: Montenegro 3rd destination by growth in 2018

orld Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has published 2018 Travel & Tourism Economic Impact report. It evaluates economies of 185 economies in the context of tourism. In the introductory, Gloria Guevara Manzo, WTTC President & CEO, said: “Inclusive growth and ensuring a future with quality jobs are the concerns of governments

Statistics: Montenegro in the Figures 2017

tatistical Office of Montenegro Monstat has published 2017 edition of the publication “Montenegro in the Figures”. The publication covers major Montenegrin statistical figures, such as economy, geography, climate, population, vital statistics, employment, wages, GDP, HCI, prices, agriculture, forestry, industry, construction, cross-border trade, tourism, transportation, education, culture, pension insurance and crime.  

Systematic country diagnostic: Montenegro

Montenegro Economy ontenegro is a small and open upper middle-income transition economy that gained independence in 2006 and is negotiating accession to the European Union. Montenegro has a population of 622,000 and a GNI per capita of $7,320. It started negotiations with the European Union in June 2012 and strives to

2017 Prosperity Index: Montenegro Ranked 65th Globally

egatum Institute, a British think-tank, has published 2017 Prosperity Index data. The Legatum Prosperity Index contains data on 149 countries for socio-economic variables, spread across eight sub-indices. The Prosperity Index offers a unique insight into how prosperity is forming and changing across the world. Traditionally, a nation’s prosperity has been based solely on

2018 Doing Business: Montenegro (42) advances nine places

n the new World Bank Doing Business report for June 2016 – June 2017, Montenegro is ranked 42nd on the lost of 190 ranked countries, and thus, in comparison with last year's revised Report, made progress for 9 seats. Pursuant to the Report, published for the fifteenth time, Montenegro recorded a

EC: Montenegro’s Economic Quarterly

The European Commission published EU Candidate Countries’ & Potential Candidates’ Economic Quarterly (CCEQ) technical report which indicates macroeconomic development of potential countries. Like other European Economy Technical Papers, Q2 2017 report was compiled by the staff of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs. Montenegro's economy are indicated as the

Montenegro’s Economy SWOT Analysis

mall countries, i.e. small economies are rather sensitive to the influence of international environment. This especially applies to countries like Montenegro, in which the use of euro as a legal tender additionally limits the maneuvering space in case of potential external shocks. Therefore, it is important, seems even more important

WIPO: The Global Innovation Index 2017, Montenegro ranked 48th

he Global Innovation Index provides detailed metrics about the innovation performance of 127 countries and economies around the world. Its 81 indicators explore a broad vision of innovation, including political environment, education, infrastructure and business sophistication. This year’s report reviews the state of innovation in agriculture and food systems across

Montenegro: Business Stimulating Programs

Montenegro's Ministry of Economy has published Business Stimulating Programs Brochure. The content of brochure includes the following: Decree promoting direct investment Explained Business zones development project Cluster development fostering program in Montenegro The 2017-2020 regional and local competitiveness increasing program through alignment with the requirements of international standards of operations

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