|Three bids submitted for Smederevo steel mill||Geox shoes to open factory in Nis||Rastello: Greek economic crisis, chance to solve name issue||Greece-Cyprus-Israel undersea cable is announced||CoE awards three Croatian coastal towns||His Holiness Patriarch Kirill meets with His Holiness Patriarch Maxim of Bulgaria and members of the Holy Synod of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church||Russian Church prepared to send monk envoys to Kosovo||Russian Partriarch Kirill meets with Bulgaria's highest state officials||Government to encourage Chinese investors to invest in Montenegro, PM Jiabao says||New York Times: Greece preoccupied with crisis to devote to Macedonia issue||Turkish-Americans: Inclusion of Macedonia in NATO well overdue||PM Gruevski: Macedonia open to new Chinese investments||First group of Dutch tourists arrives in Ohrid||Carrefour-Marinopoulos group under investigation for dodging VAT through fake invoices||Twenty-six people arrested in Attica prefecture in two days for debts to the state||National Bank to set up subsidiary for SE European units||EU says Greece's special rights in OTE-DT deal incompatible||Athens condemns exploratory drilling in occupied part of Cyprus||KYSEA cancels buying of four C 27 aircraft||Moscow ready to help Ukraine investigate terrorist attack||Greece: EIB to delete drachma clauses||Tadic: Morava Airport for economic development||EBRD and Bulgarian government launch Green Economy Programme||EBRD invests in first wind power project in Ukraine||EBRD lays foundation for road PPP in Western Balkans||Southern Europe needs balance between austerity and growth, he says in a speech||EBRD: Boosting Turkish wind energy generation||US deploys stealth jets to air base in Southwest Asia||PM says Chinese investments, hiring to be done by rules||Croatia: Gas and electricity prices to go up by double-digit percentage||Italians want to buy all of Slavonias hazelnuts||Croatia behind European household internet access average||Croatian Telecom profits up||76.5% of citizens support BiH's integration into EU||Tadic, Dodik and Kusturica visit Visegrad||Prvi Partizan to build new factory in Uzice||Improving utility infrastructure in five Serbian municipalities||Calzedonia starts construction of EUR 20 million factory in June||Petroleum Industry of Serbia reports strong quarterly revenue growth - Net profit dropped||International tender for hot spring resort and battery factory||Homen: Confiscated property worth over EUR 350mln||IMF approves EUR 106.6 million for Pristina||Deal inked on Turkish donation for Morava airport||NBS sells EUR 20 million||"Arena 2012": Strong police, army precondition of strong state|
08:18 | 0 | EMportal
WHO is convening a Scientific Review on 29 April in response to requests from the scientific community for more detailed scientific information on swine influenza.
08:26 | 0 | Ria Novosti
A Russian expert said on Tuesday a vaccine against swine flu that according to the latest reports has already killed more than 150 people in Mexico could be developed within six months.
08:29 | 0 | MIA
Vice-Premier Zoran Stavreski and Finance Minister Trajko Slaveski were submitted to swine-flu control at Skopje Airport upon their arrival from the US.
08:31 | 0 | Fena
Director of the Veterinary Office of BiH Drago Nedic stated for “Dnevni Avaz” that there was no pork meat import from Mexico, where epidemic occurred.
08:33 | 0 | Focus News Agency
Bulgaria’s Foreign Affairs Ministry advises Bulgarian citizens not avoid traveling to Mexico. The advice comes as a result of the spread of swine flu there.
08:38 | 0 | Focus
The Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced about 400 Romanians are in Mexico at the moment, but there is no information about their exact number.
08:40 | 0 | EMportal, SEtimes.com
Authorities in the Balkans announced a series of measures against the spread of swine flu on Monday
08:44 | 0 | ANA, ERT
The Health authorities in Greece are on alert for the swine flu. Artemis plan has been put in effect, while the Health minister rejected the information released on swine flu cases in Greece.
08:47 | 0 | EMportal, MIA
Swine flu is a contagious respiratory disease that usually affects pigs. It is caused by a type-A influenza virus. The current strain is a new variation of an H1N1 virus, which is a mix of human and animal versions.
08:51 | 0 | MIA
While the disease has been relatively contained so far investors seemed loath to take on more risk and pocketed gains from the market's recent rally. Drug makers jumped while airlines and other travel-industry companies took another hit.
16:58 | 0 | EMportal
Seven of the Top 10 companies in 2007 are electronics manufacturers (Samsung Electronics as first on the list, Hewlett-Packard, Matsushita, Sony, Nokia, Toshiba and Dell). Other Top 10 places on the list are occupied by Food, Drink & Tobacco companies (Nestle, Altria) and Personal
17:22 | 0 | ANA
Main opposition PASOK was leading by 4.6 percentage points over ruling New Democracy in voter intent with respect to national elections and by 3.7 percent with respect to European Parliament elections
17:24 | 0 | ANA
A budget totalling 3,592,269 euros has been earmarked for activities that will be carried out in regions of FYROM, over the next three years. The corresponding amount on the Greek side is 5,543,466 euros.
17:27 | 0 | ANA
Limonier explained that the global financial crisis had also reached Bosnia-Herzegovina's doorstep, resulting in a 25 percent drop in exports, but added that the citizens were optimistic that the repercussions would be confronted.
17:33 | 0 | ANA
Both Berisha and Karamanlis later termed the agreement as particularly significant, while again terming bilateral relations between the now NATO Alliance partners as "excellent".
17:37 | 0 | Pioneer-Investors.com
The Consultative Committee of Italian businessmen in Bulgaria signed an agreement for cooperation with Confindustria – the largest Italian business association uniting more than 124 thousand companies in Italy.
17:38 | 0 | Pioneer-Investors.com
Remittances to the developing economies will shrink by between 5 and 8% this year, threatening to leave many households without their main source of income, the World Bank forecast in a report.
17:43 | 0 | Pioneer-Investors.com
In 2008 the trade exchange between Bulgaria and Turkey surpassed $ 4 billion.