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Dec 07, 2009 13:15 EEST
December 7 (SeeNews) - Following are some of the main stories in the online versions of Montenegrin media on Monday morning and over the weekend. SeeNews has not verified these reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy:
- A total of 12,053 firms in Montenegro had blocked accounts at the end of November with the amount of debt they were not able to pay reaching 166.94 million euro, the central bank said.
- The Montenegrin government has cut income tax to 9.0% from 12%, decreased the share of the social insurance contributed by the employer to 9.8% from 14.5% but raised the total social insurance payment to 33.8% to 32%, aiming to ease business barriers and boost the country tax system competitiveness, the Finance Ministry said.
- The Montenegrin government sees tourism revenue at 620 million euro next year, up by 1.0% than this year’s planned income. It also expects the same number of tourist as this year’s anticipated 1.1 million.
- Montenegrin Adriatic port operator Luka Kotor said it saw record high passenger traffic of 80,000 this season and expects even bigger interest in 2010.
- The World Bank could approve a loan to Montenegro, designed to support its financial sector and industry, in March next year, bank’s Regional Coordinator for Southeastern Europe, Jane Armitage, said during a meeting with Montenegrin Finance Minister Igor Luksic.
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