Finance Minister Siniša Mali said that today the Government has a new agreement with the IMF, which is of an advisory nature.
Source: B92 Thursday, June 3, 2021 | 09:37
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The Mali minister said the agreement is being made for 30 months and that his goal is to continue the structural reforms that were initiated with the previous agreement.
“I want to say, first of all, the reforms of public companies, the green agenda, everything that should contribute to improving our competitiveness,” Mali told RTS.
He said they want public companies to be even better, to be carriers of growth and development, along with the private sector.
“For us, this agreement is very important,” Mali said. Mali claimed that 898,000 citizens applied for 3,000 dinars aid for the vaccine. Tonight, at midnight on June 4, registration begins through the call center, Mali said. Mali expects growth of 10 to 11 percent in the second quarter.
“We are managing the growth rate through personal consumption, increased wages, pensions, investments,” Mali concluded.