|Standard & Poor's affirms Macedonia's stable credit rating||Merkel's hint at referendum makes waves||Positive EU-Turkey agenda launched in Ankara||Fitch downgrades Greece to CCC on fears Greece won't stay in euro zone||President Plevneliev met representatives of leading American companies||Bulgaria, Qatar, Turkey to build Svilengrad-Rousse express highway||Agricultural fair has attracted 250,000 people||EBRD says emerging Europe remains under eurozone cloud||Sir Suma Chakrabarti becomes the next President of the EBRD, Djelic congratulates him on appointment||Serbia requests same volume of financing from EBRD||EBRD: Economic growth of 0.1 percent in 2012||Agreement on simplification of trade procedures||Germany records less asylum requests from Serbia||Research into media freedom in Serbia presented||€25 m investment in defence industry||Protesters demand release of Kosovo Serb||Ivanovic:Idea of "greater Albania" not extinguished||Dikovic: Kosovo is greatest security challenge||Dacic: Attack in Dobrosin shot at common life|
04:34 | 0 | BNR
The Ambassador of the USA to Sofia James Warlick and Bulgarian Ambassador to Washington Elena Todorova start on the second business road show in the USA.
04:33 04:34 | 0 | Novinite.com
Solarpro runs a number of photovoltaic projects in Bulgaria. Photo by kaolin.bg Bulgarian company Solarpro Holding has signed its first contract for setting up a photovoltaic park in Macedonia, the company announced.
04:31 | 0 | Fena
Vjekoslav Bevanda stated that Turkey is a proven friend of BiH, but, in his opinion, the cooperation of the two countries on an economic plan is not at the level that the relations of friendly countries deserve.
04:30 | 0 | Croatian Times
Shopping on-line in Croatia is experiencing inprecedented growth as Croats go mad for 'group buying' deals in the net, reports dail Croatian newspaper Slobodna Dalmacija.
04:29 04:30 | 0 | Croatian Times
Eight Croatian inventors have won 12 awards at the European exhibition of innovations and new technologies in Iasi, Romania, reported Croatian radio television.
04:27 | 0 | Romania Business Insider
Carmaker Ford has started the production of the EcoBoost engine at its factory in Craiova, Romania this week. The company wants to manufacture 800,000 such engines at its factories in Romania and Germany between 2012 and 2015.
04:26 | 0 | AMNA
Workers on the Athens metro and the Piraeus-Kifissia electrical railway (ISAP) will be staging a work stoppage on Tuesday in order to attend a general assembly of their union.
04:25 | 0 | MIA
Macedonia is a small European economy, but one that is emerging and implementing swift reforms, along with significant enhancement of international trade and financial integration, said Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski at a business forum in Beijing, presenting Macedonia's economic
04:24 | 0 | MIA
Peter Stano - spokesperson of the EU Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighborhood Policy, Stefan Fule - appealed protests in Macedonia to stop and Macedonian authorities to be enabled to solve the case involving the murder of five men in April, MIA's correspondent
04:21 | 0 | MIA
The Government issued Monday the 11. emission of denationalization bonds worth EUR 10 million, encompassing all denationalization decisions that went into effect from 1 January 2011 up to 31 January 2012, the Finance Ministry said in a press release.
04:20 | 0 | MIA
Improving methods in the Macedonian Army (ARM) and the Ministry of Defense (MoD) on strategic and operational decision-making is of major significance in further developing defense capabilities and increasing combat readiness, Defense Minister Fatmir Besimi said in his
04:19 | 0 | Agerpres
Monsson Group has sold its 108 MW Crucea Nord wind farm project in Constanta County, to Germany's electricity producer STEAG GmbH.
04:19 | 0 | Agerpres
The National Audio-visual Council (CNA) announced on Thursday that 188 television channels and 142 radio stations would be running the local election campaign.
04:18 | 0 | Agerpres
There are more than 2.3 million people working unofficially for cash in hand, or working ‘black’ in Romania, up around 900,000 compared to 2008, representing more than a third of working people in Romania, according to the country’s Fiscal Council.
04:17 | 0 | AMNA
The Council of State on Thursday approved a draft presidential decree that will enhance the protection of small island and coastal wetlands, approving a list of 369 such wetlands that qualify for protection.
04:15 | 0 | AMNA
Roughly a third, or 33-35 percent, of Greece's workforce is currently employed in positions that require fewer formal qualifications than those they have and this trend is increasing during the years of economic crisis, according to experts from the European Centre for Development
04:15 | 0 | AMNA
Apartment prices fell by an average 9.3 pct in the first quarter of 2012, compared with the same period last year, the Bank of Greece said on Thursday. The central bank, in a report, said that according to revised data, the average annual rate of change was -5.3 pct in 2011
05:06 | 0 | ekathimerini.com
Greece’s last-ditch efforts to create a government following the fragmented result of the May 6 elections is due to continue on Tuesday after President Karolos Papoulias proposed on Monday that parties discuss the possibility of supporting an administration of “personalities,”
05:20 | 3 | AMNA
Rasmussen said the Alliance's position was still based on the decision taken at the Bucharest summit in 2008, which called for the start of accession negotiations after Greece and FYROM had agreed to a mutually acceptable solution to the name dispute.