N. Macedonia's real net wage edges up in December

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North Macedonia's real net wage ticked up 0.9% year-on-year in December after increasing by 0.7% the previous month, the Skopje-based Statistical Office (Makstat) said on Tuesday.

In nominal terms, the average net wage added 5.8% on the year in December, reaching MKD 29,943 (EUR 485.1).

The strongest annual wage growth in nominal terms, by 13.1%, was registered in the transportation and storage segment, followed by a 12.6% rise in the construction sector.

On a monthly comparison basis, the real net wage in North Macedonia rose 2.4% in December.

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