|Dacic: Boycott reflects attitude to Serbia, not Nikolic||Dinar up by another 0.5 %, rate at RSD 114.64||Serbian President's inauguration wil be held today||Strategic alliance between EU in Turkey is necessary!||Bulgaria, Romania "most vulnerable to Grexit"||Romania’s local elections exit polls: Incumbent Sorin Oprescu gets majority in capital, higher attendance than four years ago||No fiscal consolidation-greater pressure on dinar||Patriarch consecrates Orthodox church in Zagreb||Kosmet patients in danger due to license plates ban||Kosovo Serbs without details of Brussels agreement||Faculty of Security Studies marks 37 years of work||EU answers Nikolic: Membership conditions known||Serbian President to hold reception after stepping into office||Delevic: EU has not given up on enlargement||Nikolic, socialists to confer on government Monday||Govt extends deadline for Smederevo steel mill||Nikolic: I will demand clear answers from Brussels||Bulgarian PM makes Skopje cry and ponder||Macedonia's President Ivanov will not attend Nikolic's inauguration||President Türk gives reason for not attending Nikolić's inauguration||Slovenia closing embassies in Sweden, Finland, Portugal and Ireland||Turkey: tender for Istanbul mega-airport by end of the year||EBRD helps improve public transport system in Arad, Romania||Tadic:Jeremic's election is Serbia's great victory||Meglena Kuneva officially founds own party||Josipovic uses Facebook to invite IT investor group||Slovenian, Bosnian presidents also not attending Nikolic's inauguration||Mesic: Nikolic should be given time||Konjanovski visits first green field investment in Sveti Nikole||Zeljko Bogetic: fiscal policy management in Macedonia so far at solid level||Redzepi: Serbian plates to be banned as of June 15|
08:08 | 0 | Beta
The average salary in Montenegro in February was EUR495, which a decrease of two percent against January, statistical authority Monstat announced on March 19.
08:13 08:15 | 0 | Emg.rs
Dusan Petrovic will be on a one-day visit to Montenegro on 20 March. Petrovic will visit the exhibitors at the 38th food expo in Budva, at which Serbia is a partner-country.
08:30 | 0 | Tanjug
Markovic and Djurdjevic did not participate at the opening of the conference called "Together against discrimination ', because the representatives of Kosovo are not represented in accordance with the decision from Brussels.
08:33 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia will be the partner country of this year's 38th Budva Food Fair, which will take place from March 20 to 24..The most important event for the Montenegrin food industry, the fair will bring together numerous exhibitors from the country and abroad, including some 30 companies
08:38 | 0 | BNR
According to statistics by the Bulgarian Central Bank, the number of bank deposits of over 500,000 euro has grown by 54% for the past 2 years. The share of deposits of over 100,000 euro is 11% of all deposits.
08:39 | 0 | BNR
A survey of the World Bank on university education in Bulgaria finds that it consists of a large number of small, narrowly specialized state-run universities.
09:03 | 0 | BNR
A test mounting of the shell of the VVER-1000 reactor commissioner by Bulgaria for the first block of the Belene NPP was carried out at the Izhorsk works, Rosatom informs.
09:06 | 0 | Novinite.com
The Greek company Aktor and the Bulgarian Road Infrastructure Agency have signed the contract for the construction of Lot 4 of the Struma Highway leading from Sofia to the Bulgaria-Greece border.
09:10 | 0 | tportal.hr
The Croatian Economy Ministry on Monday published the new upper limits of fuel prices for the 20 March - 2 April period, whereby the top-selling Eurosuper 95 petrol fuel will for the first time cross the psychological price mark of 11 kuna per lite. Its upper limit is now set
09:14 | 0 | Athenews.gr
The Bank of Greece announced on Monday that it was revoking the operating licenses of three cooperative banks, those of Achaia, Lamia and Lesvos-Lemnos.
09:15 | 0 | MIA
Twenty-one small hydro power plants with total installed capacity of 23MW and projected annual output of 87GWh are to be constructed in Macedonia over the next three years, an investment estimated at EUR 40 million.