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There will be no pay cuts, says Kosovo’s Finance minister

By   /  19/01/2017  /  Finance, Kosovo, XK Finance  /  Comments Off on There will be no pay cuts, says Kosovo’s Finance minister

Kosovo’s Finance minister, Avdullah Hoti said in a press conference that the new bill on salaries will not affect people employed in the civil sector. “I would like to assure everyone that there will be no pay cuts. The new bill only aims at harmonizing salaries for officials who do the same job”, he said. […]

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Average salary in FYROM over 380 euros

By   /  25/10/2016  /  F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, Finance, MK Finance  /  Comments Off on Average salary in FYROM over 380 euros

Net average salary in FYR Macedonia is 22.294 denars or over 380 euros, says State Institute for Statistics. According to the data which have been published, compared to last year, salaries have increased around 2%. Increases have been seen in sectors such as construction by 10,1%, administration by 6,6% and processing industry by 4,3%. Meanwhile, […]

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IBNA Analysis/The increase of salaries and pensions and financial effects in Albania

By   /  07/10/2016  /  AL Finance, Albania, Finance, Headlines  /  Comments Off on IBNA Analysis/The increase of salaries and pensions and financial effects in Albania

Tirana, 7 October 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency By Edison Kurani Government in Albania will make the first increase of salaries for state administration employees next year. There will also be an increase on pensions. Thus, a few months ahead of the June 2017 parliamentary elections, the Albanian government decides to increase salaries and pensions. Prime […]

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Citizens of FYROM have the lowest salaries in Europe

By   /  16/05/2016  /  F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, Headlines, MK Social, Social  /  Comments Off on Citizens of FYROM have the lowest salaries in Europe

Skopje, 16 May 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency By Naser Pajaziti Citizens of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia have the lowest salaries in all of Europe. This was identified by a recent report on the level of salaries in European countries. The report includes not only the 28 member countries of the EU, but also […]

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Net salary in FYROM is around 380 euros

By   /  25/02/2016  /  F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, Finance, MK Finance  /  Comments Off on Net salary in FYROM is around 380 euros

Skopje, 25 February 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency By Naser Pajaziti Average salary in FYROM is around 22 thoudand denars or 380 euros a month. This was published today by the State Authority of Statistics. Based on the data, this figure indicates the average net salary for December 2015. According to statistics, there has been a […]

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Officials’ salaries four times higher than ordinary salaries

By   /  05/08/2015  /  F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, Headlines, MK Social, Social  /  Comments Off on Officials’ salaries four times higher than ordinary salaries

Skopje, 5 August 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Naser Pajaziti This period of economic and political crisis in FYROM, is being associated with debates as to how senior state officials are paid salaries up to four times higher than workers. While the minimum wage in the country is 150 euros a month and an average […]

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Kosovo: High prices, minimum wages

By   /  28/04/2015  /  Finance, Headlines, Kosovo, XK Finance  /  Comments Off on Kosovo: High prices, minimum wages

Pristina, April 28, 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota The lack of production and the high percentage of products imported from EU countries has an impact in the living cost in Kosovo. Kosovo consumers are obliged to pay high prices for goods and products, although their purchasing power is low. This, due to the […]

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Salaries in FYR Macedonia ten times smaller than EU salaries

By   /  01/04/2015  /  Business, Kosovo, XK Business  /  Comments Off on Salaries in FYR Macedonia ten times smaller than EU salaries

Skopje, April 1, 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Naser Pajaziti Salaries in FYR Macedonia are up to 10 times smaller than in the EU member countries. These comparisons have been made by the State Authority of Statistics, based on EUROSTAT data. Based on these data, in EU countries, a labor hour is paid from 3,8 Euros […]

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Thaci: Salaries for teachers will increase by 25% in January

By   /  01/09/2014  /  Kosovo, Social, XK Social  /  Comments Off on Thaci: Salaries for teachers will increase by 25% in January

Pristina, September 1, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota At the first day of the new academic year in the schools of the country, acting prime minister, Hashim Thaci has reiterated his electoral promise, by saying that salaries for teachers will continue to increase in January of next year. Prime minister Thaci has participated […]

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How much will pensions grow for 2015 in Albania

By   /  15/08/2014  /  AL Finance, Albania, Finance  /  Comments Off on How much will pensions grow for 2015 in Albania

Tirana, August 15, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency Next year’s budget doesn’t foresee any increases in salaries or their indexation based on the inflation rate. The Ministry of Finance has allocated 12 million USD more for the pension fund.  According to forecasts, next year pensions will be indexed by 2% more than 2014. Based on the […]

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