Macedonian premier opens factory built by Turkish firm May 2, 2011Posted by Yilan in Macedonia, Turkey.
Tags: Gruevski, Macedonia
Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski has opened the factory built by a Turkish firm in Skopje.
Gruevski said at the inauguration that the Turkish firm “Ulak Ambalaj” took a bankrupt factory and brought it back in economy, adding, “we are grateful to Turkish investors.”
Deputy Prime Minister & State Minister for Economy Vladimir Pesevski said that Turkey was the country making the highest number of investments in Macedonia. “Turkish businessmen have made a remarkable contribution to Macedonian economy,” he added.
Necmi Ulak, owner of the Ulak Ambalaj, said on his part, that the renovated and fully equipped factory would contribute to efforts to resolve the problem of unemployment in Macedonia, adding that they planned to reach an annual production of 1.5 million euro.