April 2013
Macedonian Business Monthly;Apr2013, Issue 129, p7
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The article discusses the priority by the Macedonian Economic Chamber of conquesting new markets that are mostly outside of the European Union (EU) borders. It says that businessmen are motivated by the crisis in the EU to organize themselves using the chambers. It mentions the export condition in Macedonia and the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA). It offers insights from Economic Chamber of Macedonia vice president Goran Rafajlovski and Economy Minister Valon Saraqini.


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