Finance Think cordially invites you to a panel debate

The topic of the debate is “How much does the government invest in children”, supported by UNICEF and with participation of all relevant stakeholders. Register at events@financethink.mk.

A round table in Prilep on the effects of the minimum wage increase

The round table is the final event from the project “Regulatory Impact Assessment: The Effects of Changing the Law on Minimum Wage”, supported by IDSCS and CEA.

Finance Think has been nominated for the site of the year

The nomination is for the category of non-governmental organizations. We would appreciate if you support us by voting at http://sajtnagodinata.mk/

A study of Finance Think in the cover story of the magazine Capital

The Policy study on the gaps and potentials for connecting domestic SMEs with foreign factories in Macedonia is the cover story of today’s edition of the economic magazine Capital. Click for a link.

Round table for connecting the domestic and foreign companies in the country

The event “Domestic SMEs – the main suppliers of MNCs in the country” is within the framework of the same project supported by the European Union. Click on the gallery.

Our study in the British ‘Public Finance International’

The prominent British portal invited a blog on the issue of physical persons in the VAT system, following our recent study. Click for link.

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