|Serbian government adopts draft law on public property||KFOR Commander says criminals obstruct police work||Report: 1,500 Greece-based companies transfer to Cyprus||Direct foreign investments in Serbia in 2011 set at about USD 2 billion||Bulgaria sets up Balkan Energy Bourse||Slovenian company interested in Elektroizgradnja company||Restart of production in Fertilizer Plant and MSK||SETE: Tourism sector nears 10% rise target in Greece||World Humanitarian Day: Europe's support to humanitarian work||Sukhoi signs MoU with India's Aviotech for ten Sukhoi Business Jets||Academy of Sciences to Develop New ICT, Biotechnologies in Technology Park||MDRT, interested in development of mountain tourism, ski areas in northern Romania||Turkey's first national satellite launched||Djelic: We will seek Germany's support for candidate status||Government to discuss draft law on restitution in first half of September||Delegation of Chinese Exim Bank visits Kostolac power plant||Valjevo to strengthen cooperation with Slovenian company Velenje||Republic of Benin recognizes Kosovo||Government to voice its position on Pride Parade at one of its upcoming sessions||Serbia to conclude EUR 1 billion precautionary arrangement with IMF||Sanader's detention extended for another two months||About 700 Bulgarian companies to enter Kosovo market||Reeker says U.S. remains ardent advocate of Serbia's EU integration||ICTY dismisses reports that Mladic is in Bronovo hospital||Number of Serbian asylum seekers in Germany reduces||Bogdanovic: We will prevent attempts to expel Serbs from Kosovo||Key witness in Haradinai’s case handed over to Tribunal||Government adopts Decree on subsidised sale of tractors in Republika Srpska||French Ambassador: Ahtissari Plan best for Northern Kosovo||Reeker: U.S. for implementation of Ahtisaari's Plan||Djilas: Serbia has bigger problems than the Pride Parade|
|BELEX TICKER||AERO 489 -0,81%||AGBN 5.510 -2,48%||AIKB 2.165 -7,99%||ALFA 8.000 -0,02%||BIPB 35 -5,41%||DINNPB 1.512 -0,20%||ENHL 582 -3,16%||IMLK 2.200 0,14%||KMBN 2.350 -6,04%||KMBNPB 900 0,00%||LSTA 270 -10,00%||MTBN 2.100 -1,87%||MTLC 2.011 -4,92%||NIIS 704 -2,36%||PRBN 380 8,57%||SJPT 610 -2,56%||TGAS 5.500 -6,78%||TIGR 680 0,00%||VITL 1.359 0,30%||VZAS 395 0,00%|
09:45 | 0 | EMportal
The shocks hitting the European economy are expected both to reduce the potential growth rate in the medium term and cut actual growth significantly in 2009 and 2010. As investment shies away from risk, productivity will be put under downward pressure and innovation may suffer.
09:48 | 0 | limun.hr
The Central Bank of BH has decided that from November 1 all new foreign credit lines of commercial banks would not be factored in the required reserve ratio.
09:52 | 0 | limun.hr
The savings deposits in RS currently total around BAM 1 billion, and they are by 28 per cent higher compared to the same period last year, RS finance minister Aleksandar Dzombic said today.
10:02 10:03 | 0 | MIA
Croatia's chances to join the European Union in 2011, as it was planned, are seriously damaged after a spate of crimes and murders there, writes London-based "The Economist".
10:01 | 0 | RadioNET
On Wednesday and Thursday police arrested 11 people aged between 24 and 38, raided 17 apartments, houses, holiday houses and vehicles in the area of Zagreb, Lika-Senj and Sisak-Moslavina counties and seized a number of different weapons, mobile phones and memory cards for mobile
09:51 | 0 | STA
The Slovenian government confirmed amendments to the act on public finances that provide EUR 8bln in guarantees for bank loans, but Prime Minister Janez Jansa said further measures were being mulled.
10:00 | 0 | limun.hr
The arm Spodnja Senarska-Vucja is 26.1 km long and connects Koper with the Hungarian border.
09:59 | 0 | Albania Economy News
The European Commission acknowledges that the country has continued to make progress in democracy and rule of law. However, it is criticized for lacking dialogue between political parties. The proper functioning of state institutions also requires consolidation.
09:46 | 0 | Albania Economy News
In an interview for BBC, Mr Genc Ruli, Minister of Economics, said that the global crisis could affect Albanian exports, foreign investments flow in the country, and remittances from immigrants evaluated in the range of 1 billion US dollars per year.
09:44 | 0 | ANSAmed
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said that Turkish economy is more resilient than in the past, but notes that it will 'unavoidably' be affected by the retrenchment of inflows to emerging markets.