|Slovenian diplomats and businessmen no longer need visa for Libya||Bulgarian PM: Price of Belene N-Plant should fall to EUR 7,000 Mln||Kosor, Van Rompuy discuss Croatia's progress||First Turkish naval task group accomplishes mission in Med, Adriatic||Anadolujet to start operating flights of THY starting as of August 2||Ukraine-Serbia economic cooperation needs improving||Serbian drug maker Galenika to open Albanian office||FEI Balkan Dressage Championships 2010 takes place in Katerini||Greece: Summer sales begin July 15||Public Group takes over Fnac's business in Greece||This is Athens!||New ferry service links Greece, Turkey||Gazprom president in Bucharest this fall||Romania: Money from IMF enters BNR accounts on Wednesday||FYROM: "Hot Cultural Wave" in 34 municipalities||Croatian PM opens regional meeting of transport ministers||EC gives 18 months for reforms in Bulgaria||Bulgaria provides flood aid to Romania||Strabag expects Bosnia road order to be cancelled within 3 weeks||Serbia, Croatia & Bosnia-Herzegovina plan joint hosting of Euro||Alkalaj discusses agreement on temporary employment of BiH citizens in Slovenia||Van Rompuy: EULEX vital to Kosovo's european perspective||Lufthansa plans to fly Prishtina||Serbian delegation at the 19th sitting of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly||Serbia, Albania to promote cooperation in health sector||Yura’s factory in Raca launches mass production||Serbian delegation to visit Cuba||Dacic to attend opening of conference "Confiscation of property obtained through criminal activity”||Opening of conference "Confiscation of property obtained through criminal activity"||Serbian PM to present two years of government’s work||Serbian President: “Kosovo is not a state, it has no sovereignty.”|
|BELEX TICKER||AGBN 7.311 0,12%||AIKB 2.723 0,93%||ALFA 7.792 6,73%||BIPB 31 0,00%||CCNB 14.700 8,09%||ENHL 836 -2,68%||GLOS 500 2,04%||IMLK 1.213 1,08%||JESV 5.990 -0,17%||JMBN 10.015 -6,52%||KMBN 26.500 -3,64%||KMBNPB 8.200 0,00%||MTLC 2.030 -0,29%||NPRD 4.300 0,00%||PRBN 611 -3,93%||PTLK 190 0,00%||PUUE 1.100 0,00%||SJPT 778 -0,51%||TGAS 5.360 -9,15%||TIGR 700 4,01%||UNBN 5.001 -6,84%||VZAS 550 0,00%|
12:02 | 0 | Dnevnik
Bulgarian company Easypay became the country’s first payment services provider outside the banking sector.
12:03 | 0 | Focus, AFP
Toyota Motor said Friday it plans to recall 270,000 vehicles worldwide because of an engine fault affecting cars including its luxury Lexus range and Crown sedans, AFP reported.
12:04 | 0 | EMGportal
The European Commission said on July 1 2010 that it had approved 19 programmes in 14 European Union member states to provide information on and to promote agricultural products in the EU.
12:06 | 0 | ANSAmed
A relaunching of bilateral relations, European integration of the Western Balkans and strengthening regional cooperation were all the focus of the discussions between Croatian President Ivo Josipovic and Montenegrin officials today in Podgorica.
12:10 | 0 | ANSAmed
The traditional conference for heads of state and government and other senior officials from European and North American countries will be held on July 9 and 10 in Dubrovnik, on Croatia's Adriatic coast.
12:12 | 0 | EMGportal
At least 32 people were arrested for drug trafficking and illegal possession of firearms and explosives in Bosnia and Herzegovina, a media report said.
12:14 | 0 | EMGportal
Russia’s biggest truck manufacturer KAMAZ made 3,500 trucks in June 2010, or twice as much as in June 2009, a company spokesman said on Thursday.
12:15 | 0 | Itar-Tass
Russia’s state-run air carrier Aeroflot loses 400,000 euros per day over the traffic collapse on the Leningradskoye highway in Moscow, the company’s deputy director-general Andrei Kalmykov told Itar-Tass on Thursday.
12:16 | 0 | Euractiv.com
The European Union should not narrow the scope of its foreign policy cooperation with Turkey and Ukraine at a time when those countries have shown a will to conduct foreign policies that are not necessarily in line with those of the EU, Enlargement and Neighbourhood Policy Commissioner
12:21 | 0 | ANA
A draft bill regulating land issues related to the construction of the Burgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline - whose fate is uncertain ever since Bulgaria announced its intention to withdraw from the project - was approved on Thursday by the cabinet.
12:24 | 0 | ANA
Wind Hellas on Thursday announced it has reached a new agreement with its creditors aimed at resolving the company’s liquidity problem, seven months after the mobile operator successfully completed a restructuring of its debt.
12:25 | 0 | ANA
All beaches in Attica are suitable and safe for swimming, the East Attica Prefecture department for health announced on Thursday after testing 112 samples of sea water taken from beaches all around the Greek capital in June 2010.
12:27 | 0 | EMGportal
Staff at a restaurant 'Barθelonica' in Thessaloniki have taken over the failing business from its owners, undertaking to run it in order to ward off the prospect of closure and unemployment.
12:29 | 0 | MIA
According to State Statistical Office data released on Thursday, value of the consumer basket for food and beverages for a four-member household in June 2010, calculated on the basis of retail prices, was Denar 12,170 (EUR 196), lowering by 1.7 percent compared to the previous
12:32 | 0 | Agerpres
Over 53,000 staff of the local administration will be made redundant, according to an Emergency Ordinance adopted by the Government.
12:35 | 0 | Hotnews.ro
Traffic will be restricted on several streets in Bucharest between 5.00 and 9.00 p.m. on Friday, July 2 for a ceremony marking the US National Day.
08:33 | 0 | EMGportal
With deep political splits and outgoing government, Belgium will take over Thursday the six-month presidency over the EU which itself is trying to cope with the gravest economic crisis in the last 50 years.