|Serbia advocates just solution to Kosovo issue||Accession negotiations: EU and Croatia provisionally close further two chapters||Romania: Economic activity expected to drop, prices to rise in Q3||Terror group claims journalist's killing||Greece: Government orders civil mobilisation to end truckers strike||Jutarnji List: Tadic´s family vacations on Brijuni||WikiLeaks documents show Croatian soldiers may be facing more risk in Afghanistan than reported to public||45 soldiers from BiH to go to ISAF Mission in Afghanistan||UNESCO World Heritage Committee postpones decision on Kosovo-Metohija heritage||Ministry for Kosovo-Metohija expects from EULEX to continue to function within status-neutral framework||EULEX searched the place of residence of a former KLA commander||Cannabis field found in Kosovo||Greek Ambassador: Greece will not be changing its stance on Kosovo||Italian companies interested to invest in Vojvodina||Diaspora students attend reception in homeland||Dodik: RS supports Serbia's position on Kosovo||Bentler: KFOR's work framework still the same||US Ambassador's statement upsets Kosovo opposition||Slovak FM: Bratislava will not recognize Kosovo||Kiev does not recognize Kosovo's independence||OSCE to operate in keeping with status - neutral mandate||Kosovo gov't: U.S. & EU to propose resolution on Kosovo||Dejan Soskic elected as National bank of Serbia Governor||Dinar exchange rate breaks limit of RSD 106||Serbia submits draft resolution to UN regarding ICJ opinion|
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Serbia’s cooperation with Bosnia-Herzegovina can open new important markets for both countries, increase employment and the population’s standard of living.
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The most significant 15 banks in the Adriatic region, ranked according to their balance sheet assets, own 80 percent of balance sheet assets. UniCredit Group holds the first place with balance sheet assets amounting to 19.5 billion Euros, according to Deloitte’s analysis