June 2013
Macedonian Business Monthly;Jun2013, Vol. 13 Issue 131, p4
Academic Journal
The article presents information on the banking sector of the Republic of Macedonia. According to Finance Minister Zoran Stavreski, banking sector of the nation maintains its stability and it has well coped with the financial crisis. According to Dimitar Bogov, governor of the National Bank of Macedonia, banks of the nation have already adopted many of the Basel 3 standards.


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