In December 2018, the Chamber of certified architects and certified engineers of Republic of Macedonia turned 11 years from its establishment.
During the most of 2018, the GDP growth rate in Romania is 4% higher than in 2017, with the best results being registered in the automotive industry.
The company InOut Trade, with headquarters in Ruse, Bulgaria, became a partner of the Greek courier firm Biz Courier & Logistics.
The British company Aptiv intends to expand its production activities by opening a new plant in Zajecar, Serbia.
The construction firm Adora engineering was honoured with the “Macedonian Quality” award for 2018.
The pan-European logistics contractor P3 Logistic Parks had bought a 16-ha lot for the construction of a new logistics park in Dragomirești-Vale.
Maspex Group, which is the new owner of the Bulgarian mineral water “Velingrad”, invests EUR 5 million in equipment for production, bottling and storage.
The South Korean company Superior Essex opened a plant for copper wires in the Serbian town of Zrenjanin.
Macedonia is a leader in Southeast Europe as a business development destination according to the World Bank’s latest edition of Doing Business 2019.
Finnish Peikko Group Corporation is investing EUR 10 million in a plant near the Romanian capital Bucharest.