According to Bank documents, the objective of the program is to support policy reforms that aim to improve (i) public finance efficiency and (ii) private sector competition. These reforms substantiate the government Fiscal Strategy 2019-2021 by helping the authorities design fiscal measures that will not only achieve the debt stabilizing levels but ensure the social protection of the vulnerable. It also strengthens the market competition and reduces the cost of doing business.
Project Contact: Sanja Madzarevic Sujster
Senior Economist, World Bank
Telephone No.: (1) 202 8484 808
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Borrower/Client: Mr Dragan Tevdovski
Minister of Finance
Telephone No.: (389) 2 3255-300
Email Address: email@example.com
Implementing Agency: Ministry of Finance
Mr Rilind Kabashi, State Secretary
Tel: (389) 2 3255-300
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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