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Accession Conference with Montenegro at Deputy level – all chapters opened

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Accession Conference with Montenegro at Deputy level - all chapters opened! Fifth meeting of the Accession Conference with Montenegro at Deputy level, Brussels, 30 June 2020 - all chapters opened! The fifth meeting of the Accession Conference with Montenegro at Deputy level was held today in Brussels to open negotiations on the

National Investment Commission Montenegro: Support for Infrastructure projects provided

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National Investment Commission of Montenegro Session National Investment Commission of Montenegro: Support for Infrastructure projects provided At the session, chaired by Prime Minister of Montenegro Duško Marković, the National Investment Commission adopted the Work Report for the period July-December 2019 and submitted it to the Government of Montenegro for approval. The Report

EC on Montenegro – More balanced growth ahead

European Commission has published fall 2019 economic forecast. Among assessed countries was also Montenegro, a candidate country for the next EU enlargement. The completion of the first section of the Bar-Boljare highway in 2020 will conclude a six-year period of fast expansion of the economy, but also of high external and

Moodys: Montenegro affirms B1 credit rating

Moody's credit rating agency has affirmed the B1 credit rating for Montenegro, while retaining "positive" outlook. The credit rating is the result of high GDP per capita, optimistic prospects for EU accession, and a strong investment trend with a focus on foreign direct investment. The latest Moody's report welcomes significant

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

Moody’s credit rating Montenegro 2016 : B1, negative outlook

oody's Investors Service has today downgraded Montenegro's long-term issuer and senior unsecured debt rating by one notch to B1 from Ba3. The short-term ratings have been affirmed at Not Prime (NP). The outlook remains negative. The key drivers for today's rating action are: Fiscal risks related to the highway project, which

EuroParl: 2015 Report on Montenegro

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n 2015 Resolution on Montenegro, MEPs assess reform efforts. "Montenegro continues to be the good news story of the Western Balkans and I am pleased that our resolution reflects that", said rapporteur Charles Tannock (ECR, UK), adding that "2016 is a very important year for Montenegro. In the year of

EC: 2015 report on Montenegro

2015 Report on Montenegro 's Progress he report on Montenegro is part of the 2015 Enlargement Package adopted today by the European Commission. The European Commission concluded that the country continued to make progress as regards the political and economic criteria, and has improved its ability to take on the obligations

Montenegrin Ministry of Finance published Bulletin XXXIV

ontenegrin Ministry of Finance has published XXXIV bulletin, which mostly reflects first quarter of 2015. In introduction, Minister of Finance Radoje Žugić reviews macro-economic indicators and trends in Montenegro. Žugić highlighted the issue of steady but insufficiently high economic growth since 2013 (2-3%) and the issue of the turnaround of the public debt trend in the focus of

S&P: Montenegro’s 2015 credit rating unchanged

redit rating agency „Standard and Poor’s“ (S&P) has published new report on Montenegro, which confirms last year's score „B + / B“. Also, Montenegro's outlook is stable, which indicates that further trends of its credit rating is based on stable positions. S&P's experts estimate that that Montenegro's economy will grow an average