|Barricades removed near Leposavic||Police disperse Nibens Group road workers||HNB on consequences of appreciation of Swiss franc||Bosnian farmers unblock roads toward border crossings with Croatia||Indictment filed against three persons for terrorism||OMV announces major re-development of the Schiehallion oil field to the West of Shetlands||EFT and Chinese Development Bank will sign contract for financing of Stanari power plant||RB Kolubara secures the coal supply for next 20 years||Overhaul project on Power Plant TENT, A4 unit just started||Donation of Japan to Kladovo health centre||Meeting on latest disturbances on world market||Mrkonjic: Russian loan talks still ongoing||Prices of petrol in Serbia will not drop any time soon||Westerwelle to visit Dubrovnik on Wednesday||Crisis committees to decide on roadblocks in Northern Kosovo|
|BELEX TICKER||AERO 502 8,42%||AGBN 5.533 13,24%||AIKB 2.392 14,34%||AIKBPB 1.000 0,00%||CCNB 13.700 -2,14%||CYBN 2.200 -10,20%||DINNPB 1.590 0,57%||DNOS 1.113 19,94%||ENHL 627 10,00%||GLOS 337 0,90%||IMLK 2.184 3,02%||JESV 5.997 -0,08%||KMBN 2.507 7,64%||LSTA 288 9,09%||MTLC 2.171 4,73%||NIIS 736 9,52%||PRBN 359 7,16%||PRGS 57 1,79%||SJPT 652 9,76%||SMPO 253 -0,78%||TGAS 5.981 -3,09%||TIGR 733 3,24%||TLFN 854 13,56%||UNBN 3.401 2,25%||VITL 1.300 0,00%||VZAS 414 14,68%|
08:57 | 0 | Tanjug
Germany's Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle will pay a working visit to Croatia on Wednesday as part of his southeast European tour, and confer with Croatian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Gordan Jandrokovic in Dubrovnik.
09:27 | 0 | Serbia-energy.com
EFT and Chinese company Dongfang Electric will jointly work on construction of the power plant whose energy outpunt power will be 300 MW, it was announced from Mr.Dodik cabinet.
10:36 | 0 | BH Daily News
BiH Prosecutor’s Office filed an indictment against three persons charged with terrorism, financing of terrorist activities and illegal possession of weapons or explosive substances.
10:38 | 0 | Croatian Times
Bosnian farmers have unblocked roads leading to border crossings with Croatia after reaching an agreement with their government over new subsidies.
10:39 | 0 | Emg.rs, Croatian Times
According to the HNB figures from March 2011, nearly HRK 30 billion of loans taken by Croatian citizens are pegged to the Swiss currency. More than 42 percent of housing loans and 47 percent of loans for cars are pegged to the Swiss franc.