|PACE adopts resolution on illegal organ trafficking in Kosovo||Union members take over Zastava Oruzje headquarters||Guardian: Thaci - “big fish” in organized crime||UN: Global unemployment stubbornly high at 205M||Greece to sell off commercial property for debt relief||Dinar strengthens against euro by 20 paras Tuesday||Average salary in December totals RSD 39,580||IMF expects Serbia's GDP to grow three percent in 2011||Greece: Gov't addresses letter to Siemens, cites 'past corrupt practices'||Greece: Gov't to present new tax law on Tuesday||48-hour railway strike by OSE, Proastiakos||Bulgaria may oblige energy firms to sell production on future exchange||Gorenje to open new factory in Zajecar||Yura to make third investment in Serbia in March||Mircic: Russian investments are Serbia's only hope||Spanish-Italian consortium to build new Zezelj Bridge||EBRD raises prognosis for Serbia's 2011 economic growth||Good growth prospects in emerging Europe, overshadowed by downside risks||Casualty reports vary in Moscow airport blast||Planned alliance of Liberals, Social Democrats sets major goals for Romania||Migrants 'takeover' Athens college||Papandreou on Greek foreign policy issues||Croatia loses 141,000 jobs in two years||Flu epidemic in Bulgaria spreading||Rama : Silent protest on Friday||EC approves Belgrade Chamber of Commerce's EU project||GRECO warn of poor control of financing of parties in Serbia||HRW: EU supportive even without arrest of ICTY fugitives||Council: Answers to Questionnaire as soon as possible||Conference “Building together – Management of infrastructural projects in local self-governments“||“Serbia against Cancer“||Marty: report on organs trafficking is true||KFOR turns border control over to Kosovo police||Kosovo: Injured Serb out of danger|
|BELEX TICKER||AGBN 8.605 -0,70%||AIKB 3.952 -0,45%||AIKBPB 1.400 -3,45%||ALFA 8.450 2,42%||BIPB 35 -7,89%||BMBI 19.969 1,26%||DINNPB 2.163 -2,79%||DNOS 2.002 -0,10%||EGMN 2.600 0,00%||ENHL 1.017 0,30%||FITO 7.100 0,11%||GLOS 454 2,25%||IMLK 2.182 9,10%||JESV 6.051 -1,61%||JMBN 16.227 -0,04%||KMBNPB 10.000 0,01%||MTBN 3.285 2,82%||MTLC 2.450 0,45%||NIIS 484 -0,21%||PLTK 112 0,90%||PRGS 115 0,88%||SJPT 1.015 1,91%||SMPO 570 14,23%||TGAS 6.604 1,62%||TIGR 779 0,00%||UNBN 4.850 0,02%||VLFR 1.068 -2,91%||VZAS 631 1,28%|
08:38 | 0 | Tanjug, Emg.rs
The EBRD states that Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and FYRMacedonia are benefitting from global demand on key metals, while Serbia is also conducting a large-scale programme of infrastructure development.
10:51 | 0 | Dnevnik
Bulgarian energy firms could be required to sell part of their production on the country's future power exchange, according to the proposed amendments to the Energy Law, currently drafted by the Economy Ministry, news website Mediapool said.
10:54 | 0 | ANA
Greek Railways (OSE) trains will be immobilized for another 48 hours after a new strike called by the Railway Workers Association for Jan. 26 and 27 in protest against the personnel transfers included in a relevant draft law.
10:55 | 0 | ANA
A new tax code that will envisage stricter sanctions against tax evasion, a lower corporate earnings tax and facilities for VAT payments will be presented by the government on Tuesday.
10:57 | 0 | ANA
The issue of compensation that multinational Siemens should pay to the Greek state and public utilities and organizations for economic damages caused by “past corrupt practices” was raised by Minister of State Haris Pamboukis, in a letter he addressed on Monday to
15:08 | 0 | www.ibtimes.com
Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou aims to do a better job raising funds from state-owned properties with an estimated value of as much as 300 billion euros ($408 billion), equivalent to the national debt.
08:13 | 0 | Alsat
The opposition will return to the “Deshmoret e Kombit” Boulevard on Friday, but this time not to demonstrate. Head of the opposition, Edi Rama, confirmed that on the one-week anniversary of the murder of the three protesters by the power, Albanian citizens will gather
08:15 | 0 | BNR
On Monday a flu epidemic was declared in six new regions of Bulgaria – Burgas, Vratsa, Shumen, Blagoevgrad, Veliko Tarnovo and Kyustendil.
08:17 | 0 | Croatian Times
Croatia lost 141,000 jobs in the last two years, a recent Central Bureau of Statistics survey shows. The number of positions is equivalent to those in the entire city of Osijek.
08:19 | 0 | ANA
Prime Minister George Papandreou underlined on Monday that Greece already has enough problems to deal with, "and there is no need to fabricate new, non-existent ones."
08:22 | 0 | ANA
Hundreds of third country nationals, presumably Third World illegal migrants, entered the Athens law school on Monday to demand that the Greek government grant them permanent residency cards, a development that generated heated criticism by at least two major party-affiliated
08:28 | 0 | Hotnews.ro
The National Liberal Party (PNL, in opposition) will call a meeting of the party's Standing Delegation on Feb. 5 to debate a planned pre-election and judicial alliance with the Social Democratic Party (PSD, in opposition), which is an alliance that sets major goals for Romania
08:34 | 0 | Emg.rs
In its latest quarterly economic report on the region, the EBRD said growth in 2011 is likely to remain reasonably strong, showing average expansion of a little over 4 percent despite continued regional divergences.