|In one month 30 exporters lost over USD 13 million||International Plum Fair in Osecina kicks off today||Oliver Ivanovic: New preconditions to weaken people's euro enthusiasm||Koha Ditore:Next round of dialogue to table two crossings||Kosovo Serbs call for Ban Ki-moon to revoke blockade measures||Tadic, Sutanovac, Miletic to attend joint military exercise of Serbia, Bulgaria||Jovanovic says Serbia drove itself into corner by fighting for both Kosovo and EU||Serbian parliament delegation kicks off visit to China||S&P ratings on Macedonia - a result of agency's new methodology, Finance Ministry says||Steve Jobs resigns from Apple, Cook becomes CEO||Southern Evros declared in state of emergency due to wildfire||Alternate Minister Haris Pamboukis resigns||ExxonMobil could invest up to bln.10 USD in Romania's offshore Neptun bloc||Croatian and Italian Presidents to meet in Pula in September||ENI chief: Six to 18 months to restart Libyan refineries:||Economy Minister: A second wave of economic crisis might affect Bulgaria||Bulgarian nationals seek international assistance to leave Tripoli||Libyan ambassador to Bosnia recognises rebel council||Dodik: RS will not allow BH to recognize Kosovo||Japan helps Serbian companies enhance their business||Stankovic: Serbia present in Kosovo through its healthcare centres||Obradovic: What lies at the core of the demand for abolishing parallel institutions?||Deputy PM says pensions will be adjusted to GDP growth||Flag of Libyan protestors hoisted up Belgrade embassy||Serbia's embassy in Tripoli has no information about arrest of Serbs||Dacic to attend completion of humanitarian demining in Paracin||Djelic to discuss Draft law on public property in Novi Sad||Mammography equipment delivered to Nis health centre||Promotional flight from Ladjevci airport in October||Government adopts Bill on railroads||Employees of Serbian judiciary continue protest in Kosovska Mitrovica||Micunovic: Serbia should open up discussion on Northern Kosovo status||Thaci: High level of security alert remains in effect||Govt to recognize Libyan Transitional National Council||Tadic: There is a possibility that Serbia will not get EU candidate status|
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The Serbian currency was at its strongest this year on February 24, when the middle exchange rate was RSD 102.8052 for EUR 1, and at its weakest on January 6, when it reached RSD 106.4947 for EUR 1.
09:08 | 0 | Tanjug
Telekom Austria is very interested in purchasing 50 per cent of Telekom Srbija capital and is currently assessing and reviewing the documentation of the Serbian telecommunications company, Vip mobile CEO Thanasis Katsiroumpas told Tanjug on Wednesday.
09:10 | 0 | Tanjug
The official visit of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to Serbia will include talks about construction plans for South Stream gas pipeline and underground gas storage Banatski Dvor, Director General of Srbijagas Dusan Bajatovic stated on Wednesday.
09:15 | 0 | Tanjug
EULEX spokeswoman Irina Gudeljevic said that no one was currently under investigation regarding Dick Marty's report.
09:17 | 0 | Tanjug
Prime Minister Cvetkovic stated that the government will have to propose amendments to the Law on Ministries soon in order to carry out the government reshuffle.
09:22 | 0 | Tanjug
Head of the World Bank office in Belgrade Loup Brefort stated that the strengthening of agriculture and industry is Serbia's great development chance which will be mentioned in Country Economic Memorandum that the World Bank is preparing for the next three years, in cooperation
09:25 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia's arrangement with the IMF has had a number of positive effects on the country's economy, but the implementation of the structural reforms, unpopular measures which would prove beneficial in the long run, continues to be the greatest challenge, IMF Resident Representative
09:35 | 0 | Emg.rs
Delhaize Group , the Belgian international food retailer, announced today that it has entered into an agreement to acquire 100% of the retail company Delta Maxi Group, operating approximately 450 stores in five countries in Southeastern Europe. The acquisition of Delta Maxi Group
09:41 | 0 | Tanjug
Minister of Labour and Social Policy Rasim Ljajic today opened a “Top Job” career fair at the Expocentre in New Belgrade, at which over 20 companies are offering employment.
09:43 | 0 | Emg.rs
Minister of Defence Dragan Sutanovac today opened the Centre for Hyperbaric Medicine at the Military Medical Academy (VMA), on the occasion of 167 years since the establishment of this medical facility.
09:44 | 0 | Emg.rs
The gathering will be addressed by Director of the EU Integration Office Milica Delevic, Director of the USAID Mission to Serbia Susan Fritz and Deputy Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia Adriano Martins.
09:46 | 0 | Tanjug
Jeremic will have separate meetings with French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe and head of France's National Assembly Foreign Affairs Committee Axel Poniatowski.
09:48 | 0 | Tanjug
Head of the Serbian government team for negotiations with Pristina Borko Stefanovic confirmed Wednesday to Tanjug that he met Tuesday night in Belgrade with EU mediator Robert Cooper to discuss the preparations for the start of talks between Belgrade and Pristina.
09:53 | 0 | Tanjug
The construction industry reform will continue with amendments to the planning and construction law, Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning Oliver Dulic said at the parliament on Wednesday.
14:02 | 1 | Tanjug
A number of unidentified individuals broke into a home of a Pristina family on Thursday morning and kidnapped a five-year-old boy, according to the Kosovo media.
16:38 | 0 | Tanjug
In the upcoming talks between Belgrade and Pristina, the United States will continue to act behind the scenes, talking with the EU and with both sides, to ensure a positive process, said U.S. Ambassador in Serbia Mary Warlick.
16:39 | 0 | Tanjug
Police arrested two people suspected of possession of pornographic material and exploiting a minor for pornography, the Serbian Interior Ministry said in a statement.
16:41 | 0 | Tanjug
Russia has reaffirmed its stand on non-acknowledging Kosovo's independence from Serbia, as the proclamation was unilateral and represents a violation of the principles and norms of international law, Russian electronic media reported Wednesday.
16:44 | 0 | Tanjug
Dun & Bradstreet (D&B), the world's leading source of commercial information and insight on businesses, stated in its March report that Serbia is not expected to deviate from its current pro-European policy in the future, regardless of the composition of the next government.