Salaries in Romania and FYROM are the lowest in Southeast Europe

Skopje. Economy crisis and significant decreasing of the national currencies value led to drop in purchase power of the people in Southeast European states, FYROM’s online edition Kirilica informed, basing on Raifaizen bank analysis.
According to the analysis the crisis had affected the most citizens of Hungary, which in March earned about EUR 400 or with 20% less compared to the previous year.
The lowest average salary has been registered in Romania – EUR 317 followed by FYROM with EUR 319.
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