|Lucas Papademos designated new Greek PM||Montenegro and Croatia tighten police cooperation||Macedonia-Bulgaria cross-border business networking project launched||Magyar Telekom to invest fresh EUR 180 million in Macedonia||Macedonian, Albanian PMs pledge to bolster economic cooperation||EU proposal on joint customs checkpoints in Kosovo||Sarkozy tells Obama that Netanyahu is a liar||Gazprom to spend 80 mln roubles to protect nature during Olympic construction in Sochi||Croatians' purchasing power less than half of EU average||Zagreb Jazz Festival opens on Thursday||Bulgaria increases minimum salary||BiH agricultural cooperatives receive GLOBALGAP certificate||PM Berisha: We shall develop a passion in Albanian farmers for planting fruit and nut trees||Dinar up by 0.1 percent||Tadic to pay two-day visit to Ukraine||Bildt: Barricades removal not related to candidacy||Nikolic calls for uniform plan on Kosovo||No new KFOR actions in north Kosovo||KiM Minister: KFOR to remain status-neutral||Two Serbs wounded, one dies in Kosovska Mitrovica||Third fair of local self-government opens||Tadic: ICTY has no new preconditions||Nibens group to reorganize through bankruptcy||Tadic: Delhaize example of a job well done||Tadic: Regulatory bodies to get insight into contracts||1.75 million employed people in Serbia||Fugitive football club owner Psomiadis arrested in Skopje||Greece approves energy investment projects worth 1.12 bln euros||Beijing seminar on investments in Greece||Gov't: Efforts to faciliate easier entry for Chinese students wishing to study in Greece||Ruling majority expects agreement on declaration||Ivanovic: KFOR intervention wrong and tension raising||Albania: Williamson with Albanian officials on traffic in organs||Djelic to visit Netherlands||Dacic on visit to Finland||Stefanovic: Belgrade-Pristina talks to resume soon|
17:08 | 0 | Emg.rs
The EBRD is supporting regional economic integration in south-eastern Europe with a loan of up to €35 million to help finance the cross-border expansion of Nectar, one of the region’s leading juice and soft drinks producers.
05:13 09:46 | 0 | Beta
The EU foreign ministers and Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fuele on Dec. 5 will debate the achievements of Serbia and Montenegro in implementing reforms and conditions for accessing the EU. They will then inform heads of their respective states and governments, who will convene
05:15 | 0 | Beta
Foreign ministers of Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina, in Belgrade on Nov. 7 signed a joint declaration in which the four countries undertake to find solutions for the remaining refugees and displaced persons in the region, at the end of an international conference
05:31 | 0 | Athens News
Government spokesman Elias Mossialos on Monday night said in a statement that "today's (Monday) contacts between Prime Minister George Papandreou and main opposition party leader Antonis Samaras took place with positive approaches on the person of the new prime minister.
09:28 | 0 | BH Daily News
High Representative Valentin Inzko expressed gratitude to Turkey for its continuing and invaluable contribution to EUFOR yesterday when he met the National Defense Minister of Turkey, Ismet Yilmaz in Sarajevo. He said that the continued UN-mandated presence of EUFOR troops in
09:30 | 0 | Fena
Assembly of Central Bosnian Canton 13 months after general elections confirmed new Government composed of representatives of two HDZs , SDP, and SDA.
09:32 | 0 | Dnevnik.bg
The continued uncertainty in Greece will not trigger "dramatic failures" of banks in Bulgaria, Levon Hampartsoumyan, chief executive of UniCredit Bulbank and chairman of the Association of Banks in Bulgaria, said in an interview with mass-circulation daily 24 Chassa.
09:33 | 0 | Dnevnik.bg
Turkiye Is Bankasi AS, or Isbank, is set to grow into the Bulgarian market by offering both retail and corporate banking services, senior managers of the financial institution said during the official opening of its branch in Sofia.
09:35 | 0 | Sofia Echo News
Followings six consecutive quarters of decline, the output of domestic companies engaged in the meat industry recorded a six per cent year-on-year growth in April to June, a report by the Bulgarian Industrial Association (BIA) shows.
09:37 | 0 | Sofia Echo News
Bulgaria's Privatisation Agency will again try to sell stakes in the duty-free zones of Bourgas, Plovdiv, Svilengrad and Varna, the Bulgarian Stock Exchange (BSE) said in a statement on November 4 2011.
09:39 | 0 | Croatian Times
For all who are curious at heart, INOVA fair in Zagreb Fair Congress Centre will exhibit some of the world’s most fascinating innovations from 9 to 12 November.
09:42 | 0 | Emg.rs
Staff teams from the European Commission (EC) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) visited Bucharest from October 25 until November 7 for the regular review of Romania’s economic program.1 The objectives of the program are to solidify economic growth while maintaining
09:47 | 0 | MIA
Macedonian Government has decided to grant EUR 1,4 million in subventions to low-cost airlines and to that effect a procedure for amending the law on air traffic is already opened, Minister of Transport and Communications Mile Janakievski said Monday.
09:49 | 0 | MIA
Gasoline retail prices drop by Denar 2 per liter as of Monday midnight, while diesel retail prices remain the same. The price of extra light household fuel decreases by Denar 0.50 per liter, the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) has decided.
09:52 | 0 | Emg.rs
Prime Minister Igor Lukšić hosted today the Bundestag’s CDU MP Peter Beyer, with whom he discussed Montenegro’s reform efforts and the EU bid.
09:55 | 0 | Agerpres
Delegations representing the Danube riparian countries, the EU Commission, the EU Council's presidency and the UNESCO will attend the informal meeting of the foreign ministers of the Danube riparian countries, due in Bucharest, on Nov 7-8.