|Average monthly budget per household RSD 47,582 in fourth quarter of 2009||Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy visits Turkey||Tadic: Serbia only where U.N. Resolution 1244 is respected||Serbia and Hungary keep high levels of cooperation||Slovenia: 1 bln Euro bond issued to deal with crisis||Montenegro: Exports -41.5% in 2009||Italo-Bosnian robotics centre set up in Sarajevo||“Rulings anywhere that women must wear the burqa should be condemned - but banning such dresses here would be wrong” says Commissioner Hammarberg||Council of Europe publishes report on minority languages in Hungary||Upgraded Greek-Albanian police pact||Foreign priest arrested in Thessaloniki on int'l warrant||GERB moves for opening impeachment procedure against President Purvanov||Ukrainian parliament refuses to denounce ferry service agreement with Georgia and Bulgaria||Kosor dismisses interpretations about early elections||Visegrad Group shares its experience with Western Balkan and GUAM countries||PM: Romania risks ending up like Greece if reforms don't resume||Romanian IKEA Franchise was sold to Swedish group||Macedonian foreign minister to pay an official visit to Kosovo||EU prepares in case Greek woes spread to Spain||Slovenian Govt adopts Declaration on the Western Balkans||PACE Standing Committee calls Greece to recognize "Macedonian minority"||EU ministers to map out Greek rescue plan||BiH: New Head of the Department for organised crime appointed||Eurofast Global appoints new board member||New member of METRO Cash & Carry Board of Directors - Christian Hylkema||Novinite.com looking to hire editor||Bulgaria – leader on Russian real estate market||Albania: Inflation at record hike, 4.4%||UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon to visit Moscow on March 17||New wave of protests announced in Kosmet||Petition on Albin Kurti’s defence, submitted to the Assembly||ICJ verdict postponed||Market capitalization of Stock Exchange RSD 880bn||USAID, 38 Municipalities to sign MoU for Strengthening Youth Entrepreneurship||Serbian-Croatian centre for combatting crime to be opened soon||Empty bags||February consumer prices up 0.3% month-on-month||EIB approves first tranche of €10m loan for reconstruction of Gazela bridge||Kosovo reports progress to IMF||Kosovo, Belgium sign investment protection treaty|
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08:24 | 0 | EMportal
The Higher Court of London has released from custody a member of the wartime BIH Presidency, Ejup Ganic, on bail, whose extradition was requested by Serbia, as he is suspected of a war crime against members of the Yugoslav People’s Army in Sarajevo in 1992.
09:18 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
Bulgaria's economy is threatened to nosedive into a new wave of the crisis, bringing about a Greek-like debacle, unless the government takes urgent measures, right-wing politicians and analysts have warned.
09:21 | 0 | Focus News Agency
So far the crisis in Greece has not influenced the Bulgarian bank system significantly, the Deputy Governor of the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) Dimitar Kostov told journalists.
09:23 | 0 | BNR
Bulgaria will receive nearly EUR 200 million for risk funding of small businesses (medium, small and micro enterprises, known as SMEs) at national, regional and local level under the JEREMIE programme.
09:24 | 0 | Focus
Eight banks have reduced deposit interest rates between 0, 25% and 2% in February, an analysis of the Moite Pari (“My Money”) financial portal shows – Bulgarian American Credit Bank (BACB), United Bulgarian Bank (UBB), Postbank (Eurobank EFG), Allianz Bank, Raiffeisenbank,
09:25 09:27 | 0 | Fena
FBiH Minister of Transport and Communications Nail Seckanovic stated today that FBiH Government secured 735 million euro for investments in motorways, airports and railways.
09:30 | 0 | Hina
The two per cent crisis tax on incomes ranging from 3,000 to 6,000 kuna will be abolished as of July 1 this year, Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor announced at a government session.
09:37 | 0 | EMportal
Police clashed with protesters on Thursday as thousands marched in a second national strike against government plans to cut spending and raise taxes to shrink the huge deficit and get Greece's faltering economy back on track.
11:33 | 0
France and Germany urged the EU on Thursday to consider banning certain high-risk financial trades, targeting the speculators accused of worsening a Greek debt crisis that has shaken the eurozone.The move by the two countries, which have led efforts by the Group of 20 to reform
11:32 | 0 | EUbusiness.com
Intensive debate on proposals mainly from Germany to create an emergency fund to rescue eurozone economies has posed more questions than answers so far. Here are the main points agitating political and market players:
09:51 | 0 | SEtimes.com
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that Ankara and the IMF have agreed to discontinue talks on a stand-by agreement.
09:52 | 0 | ANSAmed
The goal of the event, which will start on March 14 and end in June, is - according to D'Elia - "to valorise and strengthen the important role that Italy plays in Albania, opening further prospects for growth in an economy that has been surprisingly dynamic in the past years".
10:00 | 0 | MIA
Mavrovo - Debar road which was closed for traffic Thursday due to cleaning up massive landslide residue that fell late Wednesday near St. Jovan Bigorski monastery, is open again today at 11:30h but only for cars.
10:01 | 0 | Hotnews.ro
Companies in Romania will be able to pay their debts to the state first, and afterwards their penalties for the debt.
10:03 | 0 | Nine O'Clock
IMF head Dominique Strauss-Khan is coming to Bucharest at the end of the month to give an impetus to Romanian authorities to continue reforms they committed to under the stand-by agreement signed almost a year ago, ‘Ziarul Financiar’ informs.