|Serbian PM:Jelasic managed the NBS very well||EconMin Dinkic presents new consumer loans||NBS Governor submits resignation||FAP to produce first Chinese truck by year's end||NBS: Key policy rate lowered to 9%||Public companies need speedy reforms||The Bank of Greece Report on Monetary Policy 2009-2010||EU presidency wants Greek aid decision at summit||Conference on cybercrime takes place in Strasbourg||Floods in central Croatia cause €1.5 million of damage||OECD chief: Greece should seek multiple ways to counter crisis||Dennis Lockhart : "Greek crisis may hit US economy"||Bulgaria and Qatar to create an international investment company||FBiH: Growth of industrial production||Croatian PM consigns translations of EU legal heritage to Spiric||Week of Francophone Film in Cinematheque||Macedonian wines promoted at Dusseldorf fair||Ljajic, Degert to open day-care centre for disabled children in Uzice||Days of Sarajevo to be held in Belgrade on May 19-23||A delegation of the Serbian Orthodox Church on Kosovo in France and Germany||Boskovic: Serbian mission with NATO to open by early June||KFOR to perform deployment exercise across Kosmet||Serbia's foreign debts reaches EUR 22.8 bln||Dacic to visit Zrenjanin||Press conference concerning measures to counter economic crisis||Presentation of “Financial Education at Secondary Schools of Economics in Serbia” project results||Samardzic-Markovic in Brussels||Jeremic to visit Brussels, Luxembourg||Competition protection important for attracting new investors||Prosecution changes indictment against six anarchists||Hungary, Serbia sign agreement on military cooperation|
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07:05 | 0 | ANA
VAT rates rise to 10% from 9% for food products, restaurants, coffe shops, DEH, EYDAP, drugs, hotel accommodation and to 21% from 19% for clothing, shoes, mobile phone bills, cosmetics, drinks, detergents, electric appliances, electronic products and furniture.
07:08 | 0 | Itar-Tass
Russia and Bulgaria are planning to create soon a design company within the framework of the implementation of the South Stream project, in accordance with a bilateral agreement between the two countries.
07:09 | 0 | Itar-Tass
All the four parties represented in the State Duma - United Russia, KPRF, LDPR and Just Russian parties, will have their representatives in the legislatures of eight territories of the Russian Federation where parliamentary election was held on Sunday.
07:11 | 0 | MIA
A man was shot to death Monday afternoon near the Universal Hall on "Partisanski Odredi" boulevard in Skopje.
07:13 | 0 | MIA
The Macedonian Customs Administration hosts March 15-16 in Ohrid the annual conference of Heads of Customs of the Europe Region of the World Customs Organization (WCO).
07:14 | 0 | MIA
Prices of gasoline and diesel fuel as of midnight rise by Denar 2,5 and 2 per liter respectively, the Energy Regulatory Commission decided on Monday.
07:40 | 0 | Pioneer-Investors.com
On Monday 8 March 2010, a coalition of environmental groups filed a legal action against the European Commission over its refusal to release documents
14:59 | 0 | Fena
Four and half years since the BiH has signed an agreement on forming the energy community, it still has not implemented basic provisions of the agreement, warned today HR Valentin Inzko before the beginning of the session of the "Parliament for Europe" dedicated to
15:03 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
Bulgaria and Russia are adding a second ship to the Varna-Port Kavkaz ferry line in the Black Sea starting April 2010.
15:06 | 0 | ANA
Credit conditions showed signs of improvement in February, as an economic recession is taking its toll on financial transactions in the country.
15:08 | 0 | ANA
The union, GENOP-DEH, is vociferously objecting to recent pay cuts affecting PPC's workforce and a projected decrease of 10 percent of the state's funding towards the utility's insurance fund.
17:07 | 0 | EMportal
The objective would not be to provide financing at average euro area interest rates, but to safeguard financial stability in the euro area as a whole. The proposals would be fully consistent with the Treaty framework and national law and would provide strong incentives to return