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Van Rompuy, Barroso call for a "renewed collective G20 spirit" Belgian FinMin: Urgent measures to avoid a "Lehman Bros. 2" Jean-Michel Jarre to perform in Belgrade tonight Eurozone sovereign risk manageable says Fitch Carrefour "to relaunch Express" in Romania Euro climbs as Merkel, Sarkozy set three-week deadline for new measures Greece saves Proton Bank Dinar up by RSD 0.21 against euro Police goes on strike Skopje hosts 2nd meeting of the European forum for disaster risk reduction Greek debt endgame in Euro-limbo Greece: Gale-force winds cancel ship sailings Maritime violation recorded by Turkish warship Pavlos Geroulanos elected president of WTO com't for Europe Greece: Transport strike on Monday Car parts maker Yazaki invests 4 mln euros in Caracal-based plant France, Belgium reach deal on Dexia bank Bosnian Serb leader hospitalised due to exhaustion EU-Russia Permanent Partnership Council, 10th-11th October in Warsaw Mergers: Commission approves acquisition of Skype by Microsoft The Bulgarian SME's Promotion Agency BH insurance market significantly behind other transition countries The promotion of BH resources abroad Serbian Assembly on budget rebalance on Tuesday Obradovic to open “A Century of Change – 100th Anniversary of Chinese Revolution 1911” exhibition Dacic to attend annual judge counselling China interested in investing in Serbia’s energy, hi-tech sectors Djelic: Past burdens regional economic cooperation Tanjug director attends Rhodes Forum 2011 Continuing dialogue possible on October 14 Bogdanovic briefs Serbs on talks with Cooper Raspberry producers stop protests after meeting with Dacic

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Euro threat

06:28 | broj komentara 0 | Sofia Echo News/Ernst&Young

Despite the new rescue deal for Greece agreed by the European authorities at the end of July 2011, and which also extended more favourable terms to Ireland and Portugal, the euro zone is now caught up in a new wave of sovereign debt fears.

Raiffeisen slashes 2012 CEE growth forecast amid Eurozone crisis

06:31 | broj komentara 0 | Sofia News Agency

"The currently very uncertain situation in the Eurozone for which the leading indicators are pointing to a period of recession, while the sovereign debt crisis continues to escalate from one episode to the next also has negative ramifications for CEE," says Peter Brezinschek,

OPEN DAYS 2011: Discussing the future of EU cohesion policy

06:52 | broj komentara 0 | Emg.rs

The ninth edition of the European Week of Regions and Cities, OPEN DAYS 2011, will begin in Brussels on 10 October. Alongside the Brussels seminars, 253 local events branded "Europe in my region/city" are planned between September and November in all 27 EU Member

Ratings plunge, indexes bounce

06:58 | broj komentara 0 | Voice of Russia

Global stock markets have ended up in the green, despite a slight sagging in the middle of the week. However, despite bouncing back into the green, stabilization is as far as ever, with fears over Greece still strong and Moody’s downgrading of Italy’s and Portugal’s

Airbus sees demand for over 27,800 aircraft in the next 20 years

06:25 | broj komentara 0 | Emg.rs

In the midst of troubled financial markets, Airbus foresees strong ongoing demand for commercial aircraft. According to its latest Global Market Forecast (GMF), by 2030 some 27,800 new aircraft will be required to satisfy future robust market demand. The combined value of the


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