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Sparky 50 mln levs for new capacities

Sparky, Bulgaria’s Ruse-based farm machine producer, will spend 50 mln levs on new production assets over the next three years in a move to double capacity, the company said. The firm will build a new plant with both ... More


20 companies to be auctioned in BiH

Investiciono-razvojna banka (IRB) RS has decided to sell its share in 20 companies from the portfolio of the RS Equity Fund in an auction at the Banja Luka Stock Exchanged on October 8. The starting price of the state-owned funds ... More


Europe – Syriza-ize or Syria-nize

A freshly released IMF’s World Economic Outlook brings (yet again, for the sixth year in a row, and for the third time this year only) no comforting picture to anyone within the G-7, especially in the US and EU. Neither ... More


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Turkish TPAO engage in deep sea drilling in Northern Cyprus

Turkey on Thursday started drilling for oil and natural gas in Northern Cyprus. Turkey's state-run oil company, Turkish Petroleum Corporation, or TPAO, launched onshore drilling in search of hydrocarbons at a the ... More


Q1 results for Serbia indicates no- exit from crisis.

The crisis severely affected Western Balkan economies in 2009, with estimated negative GDP growth in Croatia (-5.8%), the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (- 0.7%) Serbia (-3%), Montenegro (-5.3%) and Bosnia and Herzegovina ... More


Overcoming crisis and political obstruction.

Prime Minister Sali Berisha gave a press conference to acquaint the journalists with the results of the first 100 days of second governance manDateAdded. “Today, I present the balance sheet of the first 100 days of ... More


ICJ hearings over the Lawfulness of Kosovo declaration of independence closed.

In a move that had been considered to change the political climate of Kosovo recognition the ICJ legal opinion in the conflict contains nevertheless important risks for the Serbian side. In an interview to Blic the Serbian FM ... More


Western Balkans celebrating 2010 visa liberalization regime

Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn starts his visit of four Western Balkan countries. He will be arriving first in Serbia where he will meet with President Boris Tadic, Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic and Deputy Prime Ministers ... More