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FYROM: Finance Ministry lowers bills' interest rate by 0.3 percent

11:27 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

The Finance Ministry lowered Tuesday the interest rate of state bills by 0.3 percent, aimed at meeting requirements of the business community.

Southwest bulwark of Skopje Fortress lights up in honor of Macedonia's Independence Day

11:29 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

The fully reconstructed, restored and conserved southwest bulwark of Skopje Fortress has been lit up late Tuesday in honor of Macedonia's Independence Day - September 8.

FYRMacedonia: Greater awareness regarding the problem with e-waste

11:48 | broj komentara 0 | Nova Makedonija

Problems include the low e-waste management capacities of NGOs, low citizens’ awareness about the e-waste hazards, the lack of statistical data on the quantities of e-waste and the lack of networked structures dealing with problems in the area of e-waste.

Ankara relies on Sofia's support for Turkey EU membership

11:53 | broj komentara 0 | BTA

Ankara relies on Sofia to support its membership in the EU, outgoing Turkish Ambassador Mehmet Gucuk said in a public lecture Tuesday, organized by the Atlantic Club in Bulgaria.

75th TIF to open on September 11

10:47 | broj komentara 0 | Emg.rs

This year's TIF, that will last until September 19 and have Hungary as its theme country, will focus on innovation-green growth and have 16 official state participations. It will include 11 special dedications, conferences, concerts and several "green" activities.

Turkish President visited Mostar

07:57 | broj komentara 0 | Fena

During his two-day stay in official visit to BiH, president of the Republic of Turkey Abdullah Gül, accompanied by BiH Presidency Chair Haris Silajdzic visited Mostar on Friday, where he met with the Mayor Ljubo Beslic and Chairman of the City Council of Mostar Murat Coric.

Bauer: Over 90% of children in BiH without pre-school education

08:00 | broj komentara 0 | Fena

With the aim of strengthening the social protection and inclusion of children in BiH, a two-day seminar “Currents and perspectives in pre-school education in the world and here”, organized by UNICEF, was held on Jahorina.

Donkeys smuggle drugs from Bosnia to Croatia

08:01 | broj komentara 0 | BH Daily News

Drug smugglers are using donkeys to take packets of weed from neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina (BH) into Croatia, Split police have said.

Croatia: Public sector workers give up Christmas bonus

08:06 | broj komentara 0 | RadioNET

The government and public sector workers' unions agreed on Tuesday on a new basic collective agreement whereby the unions gave up a Christmas bonus for this year of HRK 1,250 per employee (170 euros), union representatives said after a meeting at the government.

Jeffrey Franks: Romanian govt reshuffle won't affect disbursement of new tranche

08:09 | broj komentara 0 | Emg.rs

Romania's financial assistance programme, totaling over 20 billion, is supported by the IMF (13.6 billion euros), the European Commission (five billion), the World Bank (one billion euros) and other international institutions.


06. September - 12. September 2010.