|Belgrade Tango Festival opens Thursday||Regional conference of defense ministers in Pec||Entrepreneurship Week in Macedonia||PM Papandreou called emergency cabinet meeting||EBRD is financing roads in Sarajevo||Wheat to be sown on 450,000 hectares||US invested USD 810 million in Serbia since 2001||Belgrade hotel on Forbes top hotel list||Two Albanians arrested for Athens Bar Association robbery||Greek PMI fell to 40.5 points in October||European markets lower weighed by uncertainty about Greece||Euro flat as traders watch Greece, ECB||G20 to focus on eurozone||Report on Kosovo composed based on field data||Sydow meets north Kosovo municipal presidents||Serbia today guarantees media freedom||All six lanes on “Gazela” bridge to be open for traffic as of 12 November||Redzepi: No unilateral actions in Northern Kosovo||Ban Ki-Moon: North challgenge for international community||Josip Boljkovac arrested for crime||Mrkonjic: Solution for JAT by end of year||Buzek: EU membership tangible prospect for Serbia||Week of French Film begins in Skopje||Talks with IMF on budgets for 2011 and 2012||Djelic to open “Applied Nostalgia” photographic exhibition||Cvetkovic, Buzek to meet||Panel discussion “Serbian diaspora – contribution to EU integration”||Asian markets slide over Greek vote||Greece, default fear, 2-year bond soars to 96.7%||Romania: BNR cuts key interest rate to 6 percent||Statement by President Barroso and President Van Rompuy on the intention of the Greek authorities to hold a referendum||Eurozone watches as Greece heads for Dec 4 vote||IMF to consider aid after referendum in Greece||Greek FinMin says euro participation cannot be put in doubt|
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A 5.4 magnitude tremor shook central Serbia early Wednesday, killing two people, Interior Minister Ivica Dacic told Reuters.Local health authorities said at least 15 people were hurt in and around Kraljevo, a city of about 70,000.First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the
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Ivica Dacic will open a regional training to combat cyber crime in the Palace of Serbia.
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Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Regional Development Mladjan Dinkic will visit Leskovac on 3 November, where he will attend the beginning of works on the construction of a new sock factory of Germany’s Falke company.
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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic will visit Uzdin and Kovacica on 3 November.
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The world’s top credit information company, Dun & Bradstreet, retained assessment DB4d for Serbia in its November report, which ranks Serbia amoung countries with a moderate business risk, assessing that the pace of Serbia’s economic recovery has been intensified.
07:17 | 0 | Tanjug
The upcoming visit of Serbian President Boris Tadic to Vukovar is a symbolic move that will ease the tension between Serbia and Croatia, whose relations are still burdened by the past, the office of Croatian President Ivo Josipovic assessed Tuesday.
07:39 | 0 | Emg.rs, SEtimes.com
A court in Belgrade is due to announce on Thursday the verdicts of ten people charged with supporting war crimes fugitive Ratko Mladic and helping him evade justice between 2002 and 2006 by sheltering him in their Belgrade apartments.
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The acting president of Kosovo, Parliament Speaker Jakup Krasniqi, dissolved the Kosovo Parliament on Nov. 2 and called snap elections for Dec. 12.
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Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic and his Slovene counterpart Borut Pahor said yesterday in Belgrade that the bilateral relations between the two countries are on the rise.
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Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic and his Slovene counterpart Borut Pahor opened yesterday Metal-cinkara zinc factory in Indjija, in which Slovene concern Maksim invested €21 million and employed 50 new workers.
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Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Regional Development Mladjan Dinkic said yesterday that the "Blic Entrepreneur" campaign is socially responsible since it promotes successful entrepreneurs in Serbia and thus encourages all SMEs to look up to them.
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Belgrade Faculty of Economics and Texas A&M University signed an agreement on cooperation in organising the joint MBA programme, with a first generation students enrolling in February 2011.
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Serbia has increased its export to Germany by 16.3 percent in the first eight months of 2010, mainly owing to the metal industry - steel and non-ferrous materials.
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Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Bozidar Djelic stated Monday that the talks with the European Investment Bank (EIB) on the fourth installment of the Apex loan, amounting to EUR 250 million, are close to an end.
13:05 | 0 | Tanjug
State Secretary with the Serbian Ministry for Kosovo-Metohija Oliver Ivanovic stated that the dangerous concept of 'greater Albania' has never ceased to exist, but it can never materialize because there is no consensus of political powers in the EU and in the world.
13:06 | 0 | Emg.rs
Resident representative of the IMF in Belgrade Bogdan Lissovolik stated that one of the key objectives of the IMF arrangement with Serbia – to avoid the crisis of currency and the banking sector – has been achieved.
13:12 | 0 | Tanjug
This is the right moment to sell Telekom Srbija, a government owned telecommunications company, which will create more competition on the telecommunications market and allow the citizens to get free shares, State Secretary for Economy Nebojsa Ciric and Telenor Serbia CEO Kjell
13:13 13:15 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbian Defense Minister Dragan Sutanovac paid Monday working visit to Libya, where he discussed the military-economic cooperation between the two countrie.
13:16 | 0 | Emg.rs
A memorandum on cooperation has been signed last week at "Investexpo" by the Novi Sad Fair and the "Evropski fondovi" of AP Vojvodina.
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During his visit to the Novi Sad Fair , the president of the German Business Club in Romania, Peter Hohmut, said that German investors were very interested in investing in Vojvodina. Austrian and German companies owned a lot of land in Romania and their aim is to expend to Banat