|Germany criticizes Hungarian tax law following corporate complaints||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|
|BELEX TICKER||AGBN 7.202 2,30%||AIKB 3.323 2,12%||AIKBPB 1.298 -0,15%||ALFA 8.145 2,44%||BMBI 17.000 -7,99%||CYBN 1.932 0,63%||DINNPB 2.094 -4,82%||DNOS 1.901 0,05%||ENHL 900 3,21%||FITO 6.950 8,54%||IMLK 1.900 -0,26%||INFM 2.947 8,95%||JESV 6.135 1,07%||JMBN 16.495 5,44%||KMBN 26.046 -3,53%||KMBNPB 9.700 2,65%||LSTA 526 5,20%||MTBN 3.282 10,13%||NIIS 475 0,00%||PRBN 615 2,50%||PRGS 121 2,54%||SJPT 850 -2,30%||SMPO 476 5,78%||TIGR 700 0,29%||VDAV 4.100 7,33%||VZAS 580 0,00%|
08:24 | 0 | Tanjug
As of January 1, 2011, the citizens of Albania will no longer be required visas when crossing Croatia, or staying in the country up to 90 days.
09:03 | 0 | RadioNET
Kosor said that the greatest achievement in 2010 was the success in EU membership talks, because all policy areas had been opened and 28 of the 35 had been closed. "The end of negotiations is visible and tangible, the end of negotiations is here."
09:05 | 0 | RadioNET
President Ivo Josipovic said in an interview with the national broadcaster HTV on Thursday evening that he was optimistic about 2011 in which he expected completion of Croatia's accession negotiations with the European Union and positive changes in the economy, including investment
09:11 | 0 | Reuters
The PASOK socialist party would lead with 22.2 percent if elections were held now, the Kappa Research survey for Sunday's To Vima newspaper showed, whereas it gathered 29.1 percent of voting intentions in a previous poll by the same agency in mid-September.
09:21 | 0 | MIA
President Gjorge Ivanov sent Friday New Year's greetings to Macedonian citizens, saying this is a holiday that has remained a symbol of goodness and hope, wishing peace, love and unity.
09:23 | 0 | Agerpres
The presidential adviser Alexandrina Gatej decided to resign, in the context of the latest statements in the media regarding alleged connections with the former Securitate political police.
09:24 | 0 | Agerpres
Prime Minister Emil Boc voiced conviction that the tough measures enforced in 2010 will yield fruit in 2011 and he thanked the Romanians for the patience and wisdom they have showed.