|Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece sign pipeline deals||Quake 6.0 hits Eastern Turkey||SAE call to Greek ex-pats to help Greece reduce its debt||Sarkozy pledges to stand by Greece||Thaci: "Division of Kosovo would open border issue in Balkans"||Serbian and Algerian companies to form consortiums||Slovenian state secretary meets with Slovenians in Serbia||Germans could cause shake-up in telecommunications market||Slovenians are interested in the BiH energy sector||U.S. Gov't donates computers to BiH border police||Montenegro:Dubai, Beirut and Serbia want the Port||MPC adopts new decision on banks’ required reserves with the NBS||Nova Kreditna Banka Maribor recapitalises Credy Banka||Danube area projects are important for Romania and Serbia||Retired Albania submarines up for sale||Project for greater energy efficiency launched in FYROM||Bulgarians keep close to EUR 200 M in Swiss accounts||BH Airlines flying to Banja Luka and Belgrade from May||European Enlargement Commissioner to visit Albania on March 19||Greece: More strikes on the way||FYROM: Only 6,6% of citizens travelled after visa liberalisation - poll||EULEX ordered Uka to report regularly to police||Kosovo: Four consortiums in race for new power plant||Government adopts programme for balanced regional development||Djelic presents set of bills in the fields of science, intellectual property||MEP Fajon: Wave of new immigrants to EU must be stopped immediately||EU's biggest-ever energy package||Serbian Red Cross collects RSD 12 mln for aid to Haiti||KFOR froze relations with KSF||Tadic: Better standard possible next year|
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08:33 | 0 | EMportal
In a recent working paper, Peter Sanfey, lead economist at the EBRD, explains how the crisis evolved and how it has affected this region.
08:39 | 0 | RadioNET
The decision put an end to year-long negotiations with Konstruktor and created an opportunity to hire other bidders in the tender to take part in what was referred to as "the job of the century" in Montenegro.
08:40 | 0 | Hina
Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor on Friday met with representatives of the Croatian Employers' Association (HUP) for talks on the government's measures designed to help economic recovery.
08:42 08:45 | 0 | Hina
Croatian Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor on Friday met the World Bank Regional Director for Central Europe and the Baltic States, Peter Harrold.
08:47 | 0 | Croatian Times
It will take until 2012 for all the countries in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) to recover from the global economic crisis, according to an Austrian think tank.
08:51 08:55 | 0 | EMportal
The Greek Government announced a package of additional measures designed to safeguard the targets of the Stability and Growth Programme against macroeconomic and financial risks.
08:56 | 0 | MIA
Vice Premier Pesevski said that about 20 measures would be proposed, some of which provided by the business community and others by ministries in the past two months.
08:58 | 0 | MIA
Macedonian Foreign Affairs Minister Antonio Milososki will take part on March 5-6 at an informal meeting of foreign ministers of EU member states, the so called Gymnich, which will be held in the frameworks of Spain's EU presidency in Cordoba.
09:00 | 0 | Agerpres
Hydrologists have extended Code Orange and Code Yellow warnings regarding the occurrence of flash floods on the Danube throughout March 12, 02.00 p.m, local.
09:03 | 0 | Hotnews.ro
A number of 10,301 employees in 14 societies in the railway system will be laid off in the upcoming period, according to a government's decision published on Friday in the Official Journal.
09:04 | 0 | EMportal
Speaking at a summit of provincial chairs of his Justice and Development Party (AK), on 26 February 2010, Erdogan criticised the media's coverage of the recent 'Sledgehammer' coup plot and his three-way meeting with President Abdullah Gul and Chief of General Staff General Ilker
09:22 | 0 | EMportal
Slovenian Prime Minister Borut Pahor, Croatian Premier Jadranka Kosor and Serbian President Boris Tadic held informal meetings in view of the conference on the European prospects of the western Balkans set for March 20 in Brdo in Slovenia.
09:30 | 0 | bhnews
The Republic of Srpska (RS) and Gazpromneft have reached a deal regarding the construction of a line of the South Stream gas pipeline coming from Serbia.
09:33 | 0 | SEtimes.com
Turkey recalled its ambassador to the United States for immediate consultations after the US House Foreign Affairs Committee approved the so-called "Armenian genocide" bill Thursday