|Merkel to visit German soldiers in Kosovo||Milutin Mrkonjic: Corridors 10,11,renewable energy - 2012 priorities||Dacic:Cultural heritage agreement distorts history||Lissovolik warns of risk of debt increase||Schmidt: Economy to lead Serbia to EU||Orthodox teaching in Sarajevo as of New Year||Dejanovic: DS and SPS to form future government||De Marnhac: Barricades must be removed||Motorola to arrive in Serbia on 20 December||Greece: 12 ports and 29 airports to be privatised||Greece: Restaurant sector badly hit||90,000 tourists expected in Israel for Christmas||Christmas glass balls produced in Cluj-Napoca conquer world||Romanian music will reach the Christmas Markets in Germany and Switzerland this week||Elena Udrea: Country brand is a great success, we keep it till 2015||Banking sector in Macedonia can withstand worst eurozone scenarios||Russia set to become WTO member after 18 years of talks||2CELLOS to play in Zagreb on Dec 21||Albanian PM: Union with Kosovo is not an option||Serbian scientists part of CERN team||Dacic: There is no dilemma Kosovo or EU||Payment of assistance to police offcers in next six months||Cvetkovic:Next govt will reschedule 2012 budget||Hadzic trial to start October 16, 2012||An informal EU Summit to be held next year||The EU's response to the "Arab Spring"|
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The United Nations slashed its forecast for world growth to 2.6 percent in 2012 and warned the eurozone debt crisis could further undermine the global performance.
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Europe's Airbus accused the White House of derailing open competition by helping Boeing Co win a record aircraft deal in Indonesia as details emerged of a behind-the-scenes struggle over jobs and airplane sales worth almost $22 billion, Reuters reports.