Unemployment, poor economic situation and corruption are the most important issues in Montenegro and the region- showed results of Balkan Barometer survey which is annually conducted by the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC).
Barometer shows the opinion of 7,000 people and 1,400 companies in 7 countries of Southeast Europe (Montenegro, Serbia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) on a wide range of problems related to political, socio-economic and business climate, as well as infrastructure, rule of law and other developments in the region.
The answers to these questions in Montenegro collected the De Facto by interviewing 1,000 citizens and 200 representatives of the business sector.
Balkan Barometer is a powerful tool that rounds out the views of the public and the business community on various issues. It provides a number of useful statistics on the economies of South Eastern Europe, which enables a direct comparison with previous surveys, as well as knowledge that can help in the analysis of the main socio - economic trends in the region, identifying the most pressing issues and shaping future policies.
Research of both public and business sectors, is available on the website of the Regional Cooperation Council.