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14:50 15:10 | 0 | Emg.rs, ANA, Athensnews.gr
The Greek government expressed satisfaction late Friday evening over a decision here by eurozone members to extend the repayment period for Greece's 110-billion-euro EC-ECB-IMF bailout to seven and a half years, as well as a reduction in the interest rate -- from 5.2 percent
15:01 | 0 | Athensnews.gr
With the economy in its third straight year of recession, generating revenue growth to further shrink the fiscal shortfall is proving difficult. Gross domestic product (GDP) is projected to shrink 3 percent this year after a 4.5 percent slump in 2010.
10:25 | 0 | Beta
The Montenegrin government said on March 10 that the Serbian government's strategy regarding the Serbian diaspora in the region is "direct interference in Montenegro's internal affairs" and "completely contrary to the core principles of good neighborly relations.
10:34 | 0 | Tanjug
Bosnia-Herzegovina's Assistant Minister of Finance Zenit Kelic said Friday that late April could be chosen for a meeting of the former Yugoslavia succession committee, which would be used to discuss banks with mixed ownership and the implementation of the successtion agreement.