|30,000 people in Moscow region remain without electricity||BNR's foreign exchange reserves increase almost 4.13 billion euros in 2010||Macedonian economy expected to rise in 2011||UN mediator Nimetz to meet with Macedonian, Greek name negotiators on Jan. 27||FYROM: Gasoline, diesel prices rise||Greece:Toll rate increases||Greece: Shop turnover, revenues down||Croatia: Retail trade on rise in last five months||Mandi shopping centre in Zagreb may close due to crisis||Bulgaria's economy to head for recovery in 2011||Bulgarians sent over 11 mln text messages on New Year's eve||Holiday traffic between Bulgaria and Greece down by 50%||Valentin Inzko: I expect an end to negative, zero-sum politics.||Bomb attack in Sarajevo, damaging three cars||Manfred Leitner appointed to the OMV Executive Board with effect from April 1, 2011||Ericsson selected to deploy EnergyAustralia LTE smart grid||ComTrade the largest IT company in the region||Affiliates of Philip Morris International in Serbia introduced changes in the senior management and corporate names||Djelic to visit France||Despite pressures, budget deficit must remain unchanged||Thaci angers the Swiss||Police arrests 12 suspects for murder in Banja village||Tadic: Serbia must not miss any more opportunities|
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04:36 | 0 | Dnevnik
Bulgaria's privatisation agency has managed to sell state stakes in only eight companies during its second centralised public tender for 2010, Dnevnik reported.
04:35 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
According to the data, the general level of the indicators remains the same as in November. The only growth in December was registered for the industry and it is 0.9 points more on a monthly basis. The reasons for the growth are the more optimistic assessments of the managers
04:34 04:35 | 0 | Croatian Times
The first three countries hosted 28, 23 and 11 per cent more guests this year than in 2009,respectively, while the number of visitors to Croatia grew by seven percent. Mexico is the fifth most successful tourist destination in the world, with a growth of five per cent compared
04:34 | 0 | Croatian Times
Successful lobbying efforts of the former Croatian President Stjepan Mesic have secured the Croatian construction company Ingra a contract for a project in Russian Tula Province.
04:33 | 0 | RadioNET
The extraordinary parliamentary session will start at 10 AM on Wednesday.
04:32 | 0 | MIA
Macedonia's Ministry of Defense (MoD) and the Israeli company Elbit Systems signed Tuesday an agreement kick starting the work of a center for training of pilots, following two-year in-depth analyses of the Macedonian air force and the Macedonian Army (ARM).
04:32 | 0 | MIA
Currently, 19 economic promoters are active in attracting foreign investments in several countries. According to estimates by the Agency for Foreign Investments, the number of promoters abroad should stand at 29 by the end of 2011.
04:30 | 0 | ANA
The latest archaeological findings unearthed in Greece over the past year are in the top 10 discoveries of 2010 list, published in the latest issue of Archaeology Magazine, a publication of the Archaeological Institute of America.
04:30 | 0 | EUbusiness.com
The ECB has assumed greater risk through its purchases of bonds issued by countries like Greece, Ireland and Portugal as part of an overall European Union/International Monetary Fund plan to stabilise financial markets.
14:36 | 0 | Tanjug
Republika Srpska (RS) prime minister designate Aleksandar Dzombic stated that the new Cabinet will represent a rule of continuity, since extraordinary results in all fields were achieved during last four years.
04:36 | 0 | bhnews
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2009 amounted to 24,004 million and decreased by 2.9 percent compared to 2008, according to the Agency for Statistics