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11:15 | 0 | Emg.rs
Prime Minister Sali Berisha held today a meeting with representatives of the Albanian business. Under the slogan, “A competitive Albania” the meeting was to consult the business representatives about the further steps for improvement of the business climate and competitiveness.
11:17 | 0 | BNR
According to preliminary operational data from the National Statistical Institute Bulgaria’s GDP for the last trimester of 2011 amounts to EUR 9952.5 million.
11:18 | 0 | Novinite.com
Some 500 filling stations are facing forced closure over their failure to install level gauges, according to Ivaylo Nikolov, Chair of the Association of Traders at Small and Medium Filling Stations.
11:20 | 0 | tportal.hr
Croatia's GDP saw zero growth in 2011, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Monday after revising the trade data for the last year. The initial assessment, released in late February, showed 0.2% growth.
11:22 | 0 | Croatian Times
City Center one in eastern Zagreb was a complete project and has helped to further extend the company's market leading position in south eastern Europe.
11:24 | 0 | Agerpres
The number of unemployed people (aged 15-74) estimated for February of the current year is 706,000 people, down from the previous month (714,000), but slightly up from the same month of the previous year (700,000).
11:26 | 0 | Agerpres
Romania's cereal production increased last year by 24.4 pct, reaching 20.785 mln tonnes, from the 16.713 mln tonnes registered in 2010; Romania preponderantly cultivates maize and wheat, which account for 49.8 pct and 36.8 pct, respectively of the total cultivated surface, shows
11:28 | 0 | BTA
The Sunny Beach resort expects a growth in Russian tourists of between 5 and 7 per cent, said Elena Ivanova, Chair of the Union of Sunny Beach Hotel Owners.
11:29 | 0 | BTA
Bulgaria is among EU countries with the fastest declining rural population (minus 13.2 per 1,000), while the largest proportion of the population lives in intermediate regions, showed Eurostat figures, released by the European Commission.
11:39 | 1 | MIA
Serbian tour operators on Monday at a meeting with representatives of the Association of Catering and Tourism at the Chamber of Commerce of Macedonia analysed possibilities for increasing the number of tourists. 30.000 tourists from Serbia visit Macedonia annually. Ohird is their