|Greece: ND fails to find coalition partner; mandate goes to SYRIZA on Tuesday||U.S. ready to work with any Serbian government||Jovanovic: I will back Tadic in second round||Degert: Europe incomplete without Western Balkans||Progress observed, but better transparency vital||Stevanovic: Citizens voted against economic reforms||Izetbegovic's letter to PIC: No condition for termination of supervision for Brcko||Sofia offers Israel cooperation in agriculture||Saab awarded $2.4M military training equipment contract in Bulgaria||Hour of work buys less than a Big Mac in Croatia||Orban, Milanovic: Good business results of INA and MOL in joint interest||Italy-Albania: with 400 companies we're main investor, Terzi||Italy-Turkey: Erdogan to Monti, economy boom in Ankara||Putin sworn in as President||Ponta Cabinet installed by Parliament||Global food prices remain high despite marginal decline||FYROM: Gasoline prices drop by Denar 3.5||Macedonia resumes high-level acession dialogue with EU||SEEMO concerned by media pressure in Greece||PKS proposes measures for economic recovery|
06:29 | 0 | Emg.rs
Most important benefits the WTO membership entails include: constructive dispute resolution, lower living expenses, higher export and improved quality of goods and services, and fight against corruption.
06:31 | 0 | AMNA
The first of 30 recently announced illegal migrant detention centres was opened early Sunday afternoon in the Amygdaleza township, north of Athens, inside the perimeter of a police academy.
05:52 | 0 | Emg.rs, Tanjug
Serbia and Republika Srpska Tuesday marked the 17th anniversary of the Croatian military-police operation Bljesak (Flash), which, according to the documentation-information center Veritas, left 283 Serbs from western Slavonia killed, including 57 women and nine children, while
06:26 | 0 | BNR
The minimum monthly wage in Bulgaria was raised by 10 euro to reach 145 euro as of May 1.In September 2011 the monthly wage in the country was raised by 15 euro.