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Montenegrin economy needs structural reforms are the annual growth of four to five percent, said the Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic in Kolasin at the thematic session of the Government entitled “Reforms for Competitiveness – 2020”.
Deputy Prime Minister Vujica Lazovic said that it is necessary to provide a safe pension system, higher GDP, stable finances, a better quality of life, as well as the growth of investment and employment. Lazovic also said that the reforms aim is to create a better, more efficient and more competitive economy and better public services in education and health.
The Government of Montenegro will held today and tomorrow in Kolasin, in hotel “Bianca”, a thematic session entitled “Reforms for Competitiveness – 2020”, on the subject of structural reforms.
The ministers arrived in Kolasin hotel around 11:00 by the bus of company “Gardašević”. The government will analyze the situation and define concrete reform measures in the areas of public administration, public finance, entrepreneurship, investment, development of small and medium enterprises, the labor market and the health, social, pension and education system.
Source: Radio Television Montenegro