|Titan new owner of Kosovo cement producer for 30 million EUR||IMF approves EUR 373 million disbursement to Serbia||President Tadic undergoes operation on Achilles tendon||Explosion in the Swiss Embassy in Rome, one person injured||Isa Mustafa wants elections in September||Finance Board adopts bill on 2011 budget||Negotiations with Turkish company Kolin to begin Thursday||MUP opens Anti-Corruption Agency's letters||Bulgarians breathing in dangerous dust last 20 days||10 people arrested for smuggling||Dacic: SPS expects tangible reshuffle propositions||Djelic opens “Applied Nostalgia” photographic exhibition in Brussels||Albania officially called on EULEX to launch investigation||Memorandum on implementation of E-Parliament signed||Euro diesel and LPG cheaper until January 1||NIS could make greater profit till end of year||Minimum opening bid for Telekom Srbija EUR1.4 billion||Romania: Parliament takes no-confidence vote over framework public wage law on Thursday||29 drug traffickers detained throughout FYRMacedonia||Several flights cancelled from Dubrovnik due to bad weather in Europe||Seven flights from and to Sofia Airport cancelled||Greece:Parliament ratifies state 2011 budget||High security Serb nuclear shipment reaches Russia||Three new chapters closed in accession negotiations with Croatia||President Medvedev welcomes START treaty ratification by U.S. Senate (||U.S. Senate ratifies new START Treaty|
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08:36 | 0 | Emg.rs
Eurofast along with the consortium which was formed for this purpose with Raiffeisen Investment AG and Babic & Associates won the tender announced by the Privatization Council of the Government of Montenegro for consultancy on the privatization process of Montenegro Airlines
09:59 | 0 | Emg.rs
The “collective priority” of the incoming governments must be to establish “a properly regulated internal market that will attract investment, sustain growth in employment and protect consumers,” High Representative and EU Special Representative Valentin
10:02 | 0 | Dnevnik
Czech state-run company CEZ, which supplies power to western Bulgaria, reportedly intends to curtail the funds intended for infrastructure projects in the country in 2011, Reuters said, citing a source at the company's supervisory board.
10:04 | 0 | SEtimes.com
Prime Minister Borut Pahor announced on that Slovenia and Croatia have found a solution to the last major hurdle along Zagreb's path to the EU.
10:10 | 0 | ANA
The statistics agency said the number of unemployed people totaled 607,035 in July, up 130,328 from July 2009 and higher by 24,671 compared with June 2010.
10:12 | 0 | ANA
Opening up the interbank market is a challenge than can be achieved in the medium term and within the year following National Bank's recent successful a share capital increase, Apostolos Tamvakakis, the bank’s chief executive officers, said on Thursday.
10:14 | 0 | ANA
Lay-offs in retail car sector are expected to reach 25,000 in the period from 2008 until the end of 2010, as a result of the closure of 2,500 enterprises out of a total of 6,000 firms in the recession-hit sector.
10:15 | 0 | MIA
Well-known journalist and the editor-in-chief of popular political TV series "Latinica", Denis Latin, has been booked for the general director position of Al Jazeera Balkans which will be coming soon to the region.
10:17 | 0 | MIA
FYRMacedonia with 17.6 million euros from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will modernise the Corridor X railroad tracks. An agreement was signed Friday by Vice PM and Finance Minister Zoran Stavreski and EBRD Transport Director Sue Barrett.
10:19 | 0 | Agerpres
Romania in 2011 will switch to economic growth and will thus emerge out of the crisis, while the deficit will be by more than two percent smaller, Prime Minister Emil Boc said in Cluj-Napoca (north-west of the capital) on Friday.