|Merkel on visit to Serbia||Serbia wants to continue cooperation with Libya||Mikhail Margelov: Russia will never give refuge to Gaddafi||Cvetkovic and ministers to meet with Angela Merkel on Tuesday||H.E.Wolfram Maas: Merkel's visit to Serbia is signal to investors||Indebtedness grows by seven percent since start of year||Serbian PM: Precautionary arrangement with IMF confirms credibility of Serbia’s economic policy||Defence minister says there is no indication of instability in south Serbia||Official talks with IMF kick off||Greece: Tourism arrivals, revenue up||Greek FinMin: Full, immediate implementation of Eurozone decisions necessary||ANA threatens with armed actions in north of Kosovo||Kuci says government action in north Kosovo possible even before September 15||Fire put out in the vicinity of Bitola||80 years of Electromagnetica: From production of fix telephones to auto subassemblies for Ford and Alfa Romeo||Russian pharmaceutical group invests in Bunardzik industrial zone (SUP)||B &H Airlines has had a strong first half of the year||Electricity for Serbia and complete region of Balkans||Kosovo Remittance Study 2011: UNDP to survey 8000 households||Montenegro to provide free e-mail address to citizens||Mt:s introduces new pre-paid card in Serbia||NES Communications gets VoIP licence in Serbia||Djelic: We will not recognize Kosovo, we need new solution model||Problem over custom seals is unnecessary, URS leader says||Libyan rebels enter Tripoli, Gadhafi's forces control 15-20% of the city||Germany is not making up new conditions for Serbia every month||Bulgaria:13 people injured in road accidents in past 24 hours||Greece: State Budget deficit totals 15,571 million euros in January-July 2011 period||PM Gruevski: Macedonia ready for name row settlement, expects Greece to demonstrate equal will||German Deputy FinMin in Athens on August 25th||Government and banks agree on help for Swiss franc debtors||First report on Islamophobia in B&H presented||Montenegrin parliament to discuss Serbian language issue on September 2||German Chancellor Angela Merkel to officially visit Croatia||Official talks on IMF arrangement to start today||Merkel calls for renewal of Belgrade, Pristina dialog|
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A procedure for the sale of Mercator will be repeated, but the sale of only 60% of shares will be advertised. In addition, the owner of that stake, Pivovarna Lasko, will also be put up for sale.
06:30 | 0 | Emg.rs
PM Berisha reiterated the government considers the building of this road and Kërraba tunnel a high priority because it’s a work that will cut the travel time between the two cities and further integrate them into a single market.
06:30 | 0 | BH Daily News
A protest by disgruntled miners is more likely after the last meeting with the director of the mine with the management of BH Electric Power (EP) last Wednesday, at which nothing concrete was agreed on.
06:29 | 0 | Dnevnik
The combined profit of Bulgarian banks dropped by 7.7% on the year to BGN 87.3 million in the first two months of 2011, the latest figures of the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) show.
06:27 | 0 | MIA
Nearly 66 percent of respondents believe Republic of Macedonia has met NATO membership criteria, show results of the poll conducted by the Institute for Political Research Skopje, upon the Defense Ministry's request.
07:10 | 0 | MIA
European Commission President, José Manuel Barroso, and Enlargement Commissioner, Stefan Fule will meet political leaders, representatives of civil society and university students in the region. Barroso and Fule's trip begins in Zagreb (April 7), continuing in Sarajevo and
06:24 | 0 | MIA
Electricity Transmission System Operator of Macedonia (MEPSO) will calculate and determine capacities of the transmission network in 11 countries of Southeast Europe (SEE), agreed representatives of electricity transmission system operators at Thursday's meeting in Skopje.