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08:47 | 0 | Fena
FBiH president Borjana Kristo today signed the World Bank project for easing the financing of SMEs.
08:50 | 0 | Sofia News Agency, Pioneer-Investors.com
Sofia’s newest mall has created a total of 1 500 new jobs; 400 of these are at store of Carrefour, the largest retailer in Europe and the second largest in the world.
08:52 | 0 | RadioNET
The registered unemployment rate in March was 18.4 per cent, the highest since January 2006 when it had also reached 18.4 per cent, the Central Bureau of Statistics (DZS) said on Wednesday.
08:54 08:57 | 0 | ANA
Two-days industrial mobilizations began on Wednesday in protest against reforms in social security system and labour relations.
08:57 | 0 | ANA
inance Minister George Papaconstantinou and a visiting delegation from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) held a first meeting in Athens on Wednesday.
08:59 | 0 | MIA
For the last 24 hours the Vardar River has once again spilled out of its banks in Tetovo villages Raotince, Tudence and Kopance. Many houses and cultivate soil is under water.
09:00 | 0 | MIA
Police fired tear gas and water cannon on Wednesday in a clash with thousands of veterans of Bosnia's 1992-95 war protesting at benefit cuts in the most violent protest in years in the troubled Balkan country.
09:01 | 0 | MIA
More than 70 films, most of which awarded or promoted at world festivals, will be screened at the 13th Skopje Film Festival, held April 21-29.
09:02 | 0 | MIA
Air traffic at Skopje's Alexander the Great airport is taking place without any obstacles. All scheduled takeoffs and landings are being realised, airport's service informs.
09:04 | 0 | MIA
Russian Ambassador to FYRMacedonia Vladimir Solotsinskiy, accompanied by his country Honorary Consul in Bitola Darinka Krstanova, visited Tuesday the Bitola diary IMB.
09:06 | 0 | Nine O'Clock
Carrefour opens today its first supermarket of the Bucharest network and the 26th in Romania. The supermarket, opened in the Piata Gorjului-area of the Capital, is in a rented location, so that it required a EUR 500,000 investment and created 80 jobs.
11:19 | 0 | MIA
European airports have reopened for business, almost a week after a cloud of ash from an Icelandic volcano paralysed the air travel industry, the BBC reports.
11:21 | 0 | EMGportal
Airbus welcomes the united industry position on acceptable tolerance levels for flight operations in the current environment agreed last night. Over the last few days, Airbus initiated discussions among the aviation community and provided full technical assistance to the authorities
13:13 | 0 | EMGportal
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) estimated that the Icelandic volcano crisis cost airlines more than $1.7 billion in lost revenue through Tuesday—six days after the initial eruption. For a three-day period (17-19 April), when disruptions were greatest, lost