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"Vatopaidi Case": Statement by Russian MFA Spokesman Alexander Lukashevich FM: Heightened diplomatic activities at political and economic level in 2012 Janakieski: New airports biggest project in 2011, road infrastructure priority in 2012 PM Gruevski: Macedonia considers Germany and Austria as friends and supporters of its strategic political, economic goals Greece: Financial prosecutors resign, claiming interference South Stream about to take shape Maras: SMEs will have maximum support from gov't Croatia: Budget to be discussed in parl't in February, revised in July 7000 Macedonians obtain Bulgarian passports in 1 month December business climate index in Bulgaria keeps November level Sarajevo Canton: Proposal of budget for 2012 758.750.000 KM 2010 budget balance sheet to be revealed Thursday Lissovolik: IMF awaits decision on budget 3,000 Bulgarian women get risky breast implants Albanians protest over inequity in Montenegro Bosniaks establish National Foundation in Sarajevo Border crossing opens on Djerdap ll Dam Cooper: Nothing imposed on Serbia, agreement close Possible trial licence plates for Serbian vehicles Custody imposed on Kolubara suspects Ljajic: 719 illegal immigrants found in one month Systemic solutions for Serbian media H.E. Mette Kjuel Nielsen: Serbia's candidacy in March feasible Administrative Committee holds first e-session Vucetic: Serb referendum in north Kosovo is not legal Dacic to meet with president of Serbian Handball Federation Ciric: Full renewal of JRB’s river fleet within five years Kalanovic: Attracting investments, employment as priorities in 2012 PM Cvetkovic: Serbia regional leader in attracting FDI in 2011 Parliament debate on budget finished, vote on Dec. 29

News Archive

EBRD's Berglof: Bulgaria vulnerable to Greek debt crisis

06:34 | broj komentara 0 | Sofia News Agency

Bulgaria is among the emerging economies on the outskirts of Europe, which are most at risk of a slow-down in the wake of the euro-zone sovereign debt crisis, according to EBRD.

President Josipovic: We proudly remember 8 October 1991

06:36 | broj komentara 0 | tportal.hr

President Ivo Josipovic on Friday congratulated all Croatian citizens on Independence Day, which is observed on October 8.

Greece: Economic sentiment index at record low in September

06:39 | broj komentara 0 | ANA

Greece’s economic sentiment index fell to 70.6 points in September, one of the lowest levels in history, the Institute for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE) said on Thursday.

Montenegro, a good role model for whole region, says US State Department's Philip Reeker

06:41 | broj komentara 0 | Emg.rs

Montenegro is a stable and safe country and a good role model for other countries in the region, Deputy Assistant Secretary of US State Department Philip Reeker said at a meeting with Deputy Prime Minister and Justice Minister Duško Marković, and congratulated the Montenegrin

WBIF provides Euro 5.67 million for eight projects in Macedonia

06:43 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

 Macedonia through the Western Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF) has received grants of over Euro 5.67 million for eight projects. WBIF was presented Friday in Skopje by Vice PM Teuta Arifi and Christos Gofas - Head of Section in the European Commission Enlargement Directorate

Stavreski: Denar stability not related to Greece crisis

06:47 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

Vice Premier and Finance Minister Zoran Stavreski has said the financial situation in Greece was grave, adding it would not have any significant effect on the stability of the Macedonian financial sector.

Greek tourism to lead employment growth

06:49 | broj komentara 0 | ANA

The Greek tourism industry will play a leading role in an effort to combat unemployment in the coming years, as the sector could create 220,000 new job positions from an increase in incoming tourist trends, a report by McKinsey showed on Friday.

Bigger haircut needed say Schaeuble, El-Erian

06:59 | broj komentara 0 | Athens News.gr

Europe perhaps underestimated how much it needed to reduce Greece's debt burden at its July summit, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble was cited as saying by Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.

Greece must give up sovereignty to get more help

07:01 | broj komentara 0 | Athens News.gr/Reuters

Greece is near bankruptcy and must give up part of its sovereignty to obtain the large debt forgiveness it needs to survive, a leading conservative member of German parliament was quoted as saying on Saturday.

Greece: PM mulls national unity government

07:03 07:06 | broj komentara 0 | Athens News.gr

Financial daily Imerisia said without citing sources that George Papandreou would be willing to resign if this helped winning political consensus for a coalition government with a strong parliamentary majority.


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