|No Bulgarians need to be evacuated from Tunis||Barnier: Greek economy still in a state of emergency||Djelic: Two-party system is best solution for Serbia||Fitch credit ratings agency downgrades Greek bonds to junk status||Commission and Azerbaijan sign strategic gas deal||Opposing demonstrators clash in Athens||Greece: Terror suspect names released||Croatia: Veterans organise protest||Congresswomen Giffords is recovering||More than 100 killed in stampede in India||Clark’s dilemma on dropping devastating bombs on Serbia||Foreign Ministry warns citizens against travelling to Tunisia||Negotiations on Russian loan continue|
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10:33 | 0 | Blic
The Serbian dinar gained 0.26 percent against the euro, so the euro middle rate of exchange reached RSD 76.62, announced the National Bank of Serbia.
10:35 | 0 | Blic
Serbian banks charge much higher commissions when selling foreign currency than banks in Croatia, Macedonia, B-H and other countries in the region.
10:37 | 0 | Beta
The Serbian Privatization Agency announced it would offer Dimitrije Tucovic sugar factory at auction for the second time on September 23, at the price of RSD 5.94 billion (roughly RSD 77 million).
10:38 | 0 | Blic
Experts claim there is no economic justification for the meat price increase, because there were no new developments on the market since the latest price increase.
10:39 | 0 | Blic
The Farming Institute in Novi Sad expects this year’s corn yield in Serbia could be between 4 and 4.5 tons per hectare.
10:42 | 0 | B92
Experts believe that unexploded aircraft bombs are still on 43 locations in the country, some of them weighing as much as 930 kilograms, capable of burrowing their way 20 meters into the ground.
10:43 | 0 | Tanjug
Vuk Jeremic stated that he will ask for arab League's support for Serbia's initiative before the UN General Assembly seeking the opinion of the International Court of Justice (ICJ)
10:47 | 0 | RadioNET
Richard Holbrooke, a former Special Envoy for the Balkans, and former American ambassador at the United Nations, said he believes Serbia should join the European Union, “but only after recognising Kosovo.”
10:48 | 0 | EMportal
The opposition insisted Hyseni report to parliament on his policy failures, likely the first issue lawmakers will discuss during parliament's autumn session.
10:49 | 0 | New Kosova Report
Kosovo Trust of Pensional Savings has decided to start investing in Kosovo new contributions made to the fund.
10:51 | 0 | Balkaninsight
Although Sejdiu will no longer get a pay rise, he still remains one of the best paid presidents in the region, ranked only after President Stjepan Mesic of Croatia, a European Union candidate state, who receives some €3,600.
10:54 | 0 | EMportal
On Tuesday, September 9, 2008, U.S. Ambassador Cameron Munter, will witness the signing of Memoranda of Understanding between USAID’s Municipal Economic Growth Activity (MEGA) Program and Mayors from 19 Municipalities in Serbia.
09:24 | 0 | EMportal
Ralph Fiennes will direct and play the lead in the film and was part of a group that evaluated Serbia as a location for shooting this film in July.
09:28 | 0 | Beta
The McDonald's company has invested over EUR12 million into the Serbian market over the past 20 years, where it employs around 700 people in 13 restaurants.
10:14 | 0 | Beta
The parliament is to vote on the ratification of the Stabilization and Association Agreement (SAA), the energy deal with Russia and several international agreements at its session on Sept. 9.
10:16 | 0 | Tanjug
Speaking about the importance of bills on ratification of 11 international agreements in Serbian parliament, Dragutinovic said that the total value of loans and donations in question is €286.5 million.
10:18 | 0 | Tanjug
Bogdanovic explained that the proposed resolution was removed from the agenda due to the political discord regarding the document.
10:22 | 0 | Beta
The former SRS deputy leader, said he and party leader Vojislav Seselj had different views on politics, morale, and Serbia's future.Tomislav Nikolić presented yesterday his own parliamentary club
10:28 | 0 | Tanjug
The strategy determines clear directions and methods for the preservation of SMEs, considering the fact that there are nearly 105,000 registered independent traders in Serbia which employ more than 260,000 people.