When greenfield investment is considered, the purchasing land prices range from 1 Euro/m2 in rural areas up to 1000 Euro/m2 when purchased from private owners
The City of Skopje is supplied with spring water using the city water supply system and has a full coverage with water supply network.
The gas pipeline system, with a capacity of 800 million m³ annually, is part of Corridor 8. The length of the main gas pipeline is around 98 km, and it runs from the border with Bulgaria
In the City of Skopje and in Macedonia in general, there is a broadly developed network for distribution and supply of electrical energy
The Macedonian telecommunications sector is considered as one of the most liberalized ones. At the moment, landline telephone services are offered by eight companies
Macedonia is a land-locked country. The access to the neighboring ports is enabled through the roads and railway links
There are two international airports in the Republic of Macedonia: in Skopje and in Ohrid
The railway infrastructure in the Republic of Macedonia was established in 1873
The Republic of Macedonia is characterized by a well developed road network with total length of 14.199 km, including motorways, national roads, regional and local roads.