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World Bank Backs Fiscal and Financial Sector Reforms in Montenegro

WASHINGTON, December 20, 2017 — The World Bank supports a package of reforms to strengthen public finance and financial sector resilience in Montenegro through a Euro 80 million guarantee approved today. The reforms are supported through a Policy-Based Guarantee (PBG) – a first in a programmatic series of two operations – which will aim to secure two to three times larger private finance and allow for orderly refinancing of the existing debt liabilities towards commercial creditors...

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PRESS RELEASE: Fiscalis 2020 Workshop on "Spill-over effects of Member States' tax treaties on developing countries" in Podgorica

PRESS RELEASE: Fiscalis 2020 Workshop on "Spill-over effects of Member States

Podgorica, 15 March 2018 – The Ministry of Finance and the Tax Administration of Montenegro are hosting a Fiscalis 2020 workshop on "Spill-over effects of Member States' tax treaties on developing countries", to be held today and tomorrow in Podgorica...


Press release: International Investment Arbitration

The Government of Montenegro is involved in international investment arbitration with Addiko Bank AG before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). During the pendency of arbitration, the Government will not be issuing any public statements about the dispute.



The Governor of the Central Bank of Montenegro Radoje Žugić, PhD and the Minister of Finance Darko Radunović, with staff, met today with the delegation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) led by Martin Petri, Head of the IMF Mission to Montenegro. The IMF Mission is staying in Montenegro for regular annual consultations in line with the Article IV of the Fund’s Statute...