Macedonian Chamber of Commerce supports fixed exchange rate regime.

By bne IntelliNews September 18, 2011
The Board of Directors of the Macedonian Chamber of Commerce said that it supports the fixed exchange rate regime, Vecer daily reported. The board added that the calls for a floating exchange rate come from a small group of local businessmen, who are trying to exert pressure on central bank governor Dimitar Bogov through a public debate. On the other hand, the opinion of the Macedonian Chamber of Commerce is that a floating exchange rate will be damaging for the local economy, especially for the small and medium enterprises.

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