|Dinar up by 71 paras to 100.5198||EULEX and KFOR move to restore authorised routes near Gate 1 Jarinje||Police strike continues despite positive talks||KFOR establishes control over alternative road||Fuele to present EC report in Belgrade on Friday||PM Emil Boc: Today is a special day in the history of relations between Romania and Bulgaria||European Commission recommends opening of accession talks with Montenegro||Macedonia administers good macroeconomic policy: WB official||EC report once again avoids adjective "Macedonian"||Fule: Accession negotiations recommendation maintained, name issue settlement is crucial||PM Gruevski: Despite of blockade due to name dispute, Macedonia will keep on with reforms, EU-integration process||Greece: Bomb blast rocks Glyfada||Greece: New PSI haircut around 30-50 percent||Cabinet agrees on 5,000 euro ceiling for taxi, truck licences||Greece, Turkey eye joint tourism packages, promotion||Greece: Scam with fake hotel bookings||Greece: Taxi owners to hold 24-hour strike on Friday||Russia-China: new level of economic ties||MEPs favour recommendation to give Serbia official EU candidate status and back new enlargement strategy||A roadmap for stability and growth||Exhibition:Ancient Macedonia & Alexander the Great at Louvre||EC: Croatia has made progress in all areas||Chicago Week opens in Zagreb||Osijek airport - no international flights until Spring||Key Nabucco shareholder hints at further delay||Bulgaria: National Statistical Institute marks zero inflation in September||Ukraine ex-PM Yulia Tymoshenko jailed over gas deal||The Sarajevo Jazz Fest to be opened by Richard Bona||EC: Albania is refused the Status||Dinar up by 7 paras, exchange rate RSD 101.22||CPI up by 0.2 percent in September||NBS: One-digit inflation in September||Tadic: The people in Serbia should be proud||EC: Candidacy and talks based on progress||Opening of the conservation laboratories at the Central Conservation Institute||Serbia, France to cooperate in the field of defense||Ciric presents Serbia’s investment opportunities in Brussels||Djelic: Positive report of EC as result of Serbia's dedicated work||Belgrade satisfied with EC Recommendation, ready for talks||Stefanovic: First framework solution for KiM North, then talks||Italy wants fast EU integration for Serbia||Serbia to have stand at Frankfurt Book Fair 2011||Opposition: EC's recommendation still more blackmail||Fuehle: North Kosovo solution opens door for EU talks|
07:27 | 0 | Tanjug
Two months ago, the Pristina authorities introduced the customs duty of 10 percent on the goods coming from BiH, which incurred major losses for BiH companies. According to some estimates, BiH has lost more than EUR 5 million due to that decision.
08:09 | 0 | BH Daily News
The citizens of BH have the highest living expenses in the region, as it is evident from an analysis of prices for the basic food items and average salaries in the country.
08:11 | 0 | BH Daily News
By the quality of her roads, BH is 141th in the world among total 142 countries in the World Economic Forum’s report about global competitiveness.
08:14 | 0 | BH Daily News
Jelica Grujic, the Director of the Foreign Investment Promotion Agency has explained in an interview with bh-news why is Bosnia and Herzegovina the west Balkans country with the least direct foreign investment.
08:15 | 0 | Emg.rs
Speaking at the Bled Strategic Forum, which brings together senior figures from politics and the private sector to discuss key issues facing Europe in the 21st century, the High Representative said political dialogue and compromise must be the guidelines for Bosnia and Herzegovina
08:21 | 0 | Tanjug
Bulgaria’s Privatization Agency and the Austrian company BT Invest have signed a contract for the privatization of 79.83% of the capital of the Bulgartabac Holding Group AD, Sofia.
08:23 | 0 | Focus News Agency
Already fifth day dozens of people were forced to wait at airports and hotels in Varna and Burgas. The airline company Bulgaria Air and tour operator Alma Tour can not solve their financial issues.
08:27 | 0 | Croatian Times
Croatian electric car XD will have its world premiere on Wednesday at an automobile fair in Frankfurt, Germany.
08:29 | 0 | Croatian Times
Rijeka’s shipyard "Viktor Lenac" has received a 6.5 million Euro contract to overhaul and provide maintenance services to US Navy ship "USS Mount Whitney."
08:41 08:47 | 0 | ANA
An interministerial commission of strategic investments, in a meeting headed by Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos, on Monday approved the inclusion of three investments in the photovoltaic sector –worth 1.0 billion euros- in the fast track status.
08:43 | 0 | ANA
Prime Minister George Papandreou will chair a meeting of several government ministers on Wednesday afternoon at 4:00 p.m. in order to discuss progress in implementing the Medium-Term Fiscal Strategy.
08:45 | 0 | ANA
A coordinating body for trade unions in state organisations facing merger, abolition or large-scale lay-offs of staff as part of a government plan to 'downsize' the state sector on Tuesday announced that they would mobilise in protest against the measures.
08:47 | 0 | ANA
Comprised of some 30-odd experts detached from Commission services and EU member-states, the team will report directly to European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso and European Commissioner for monetary affairs Olli Rehn.
08:49 | 0 | ANA
FYROM's casinos and cheaper car fuel, dairy products, clothing and other merchant goods but also cheaper medical services are attracting a large number of residents of Kilkis and neighbouring prefectures, deeply impacting the local economy in the midst of the economic crisis
08:52 08:53 | 0 | MIA
The United States haven't changed their position involving the name dispute. We recognise the Republic of Macedonia under its constitutional name.
08:53 | 0 | MIA
Turkey warned on Tuesday that it was preparing a possible ground operation against Kurdish separatist militants in northern Iraq, depending on the result of talks with Iraq.
11:56 | 0 | ANA
The increase in tourism this year, especially in certain islands of the Dodecanese complex, came from the 'air'. Low cost flights boosted the number of tourist arrivals mostly on the islands of Rhodes and Kos that marked a 23.77 increase on Rhodes and a 23.88 increase on Kos,