This pandemic might be a chance to implement more profound economic reforms that are much needed for the country, and for which the crisis could be a great opportunity.
Citizens and the economy are the victims of political wars in Kosovo.
Inadequate measures of the Government of Montenegro led to a 138 million euro decrease in deposits in the period from February to April, mostly affecting private companies, whose liquidity was put on the line, and it also led to another 5,000 people joining the unemployment line in April alone.
It appears that the country is coping well with the pandemic, the reality, however, is much scarier.
It’s time for drastic changes.
ЏЕФРИ Д. САХС (JEFFREY D. SACHS)
Бидејќи изгубиле контакт со ставот на јавноста, властите во Париз, Хонгконг и Сантијаго не успеаја да предвидат дека навидум мали измени во политиките (зголемување на данокот на гориво, предлог закон за екстрадиција и повисоки цени за метро, како нови мерки воведени редоследно во наведените земји) ќе предизвика голема социјална експлозија.
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