World Bank mission to stay in Montenegro by February 10.

By bne IntelliNews February 3, 2012
A World Bank mission arrived to Montenegro yesterday, February 2, the finance ministry announced. The mission, which will stay by February 10, is headed by the WB lead economist for Montenegro, Macedonia and Serbia, Zeljko Bogetic. The main purpose of the visit is a to acquaint WB experts with Montenegro's data structure, policies and institutions, and relevant documents. The visit "will deepen the cooperation between Montenegro and WB, and improve the analytical capacity of this international institution with respect to our country," Mina business agency reported, citing a statement by the finance ministry.
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