Macedonia's Goshev commends economic performance

Macedonia has made a great deal of progress in the past few years and is quickly moving closer to the more advanced transition economies, Petar Goshev, the governor of the country's central bank, said.

"For several years in a row we have achieved positive and stable growth rates, equalling 5.1% in 2007, which is the highest growth rate since independence," Goshev said. "Even though economic growth rates are lower than the ones in Baltic countries as well as some of the countries in the region

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