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Croatian food producer and supplier Agrokor has cut a deal to buy Slovenian supermarket chain Mercator, creating a huge south-east European retail network.
Although only two investment funds operate in Albania, they have seen exponential growth in the first months of 2013, data from the Financial Supervisory Authority, AMF, say.
The viability of infrastructure projects in South East Europe will be the topic at the third Southeast Europe Infrastructure Forum on June 12-13 in Zagreb, Croatia.
The United Arab Emirates’ national carrier has begun the process of screening JAT Airways’ business operations ahead of forging a strategic partnership.
Romania has finally scrapped a controversial contract with the US company Bechtel to construct a long-awaited highway in Transylvania.
Ahead of general elections due on June 23, government spending in the first four months of 2013 has risen sharply.
All the McDonald’s fast-food restaurants in Macedonia have closed because the local company that operated the franchise has lost its licence for reasons which are as yet unknown.
Slovenia and Croatia top the list when it comes to corruption perceptions in the business world, according to a recent survey by Ernst & Young.
Romania hopes to become energy independent in less than ten years, following exploitation of its Black Sea resources.
The Serbian economy has exited from recession for the first time in a year according to figures for the first quarter of 2013.
The first flights of the Irish budget airline company from Montenegro will start in June on the route running from Podgorica to Brussels.
German investors in Serbia are mostly keen to expand their business activities in the country, a new survey show.
A codesharing agreement between the national carriers from Serbia and United Arab Emirates will enrich the offer of flights from Belgrade.
After series of failed privatisation attempts, the Romanian government is hoping for greater success with sales of new companies.
Bulgaria's caretaker-Prime Minister, Martin Raykov, called for an in-depth analysis of the Russian-sponsored South Stream gas pipeline project.
Managers of car-maker Dacia say they may transfer some production to Morocco if a dispute over pay is not resolved soon.
Planned package of savings, which won’t affect salaries or pensions, may not be nearly radical enough to tackle the growing budget deficit.
Bosnia's State Presidency approved a border deal with Croatia at the last moment, ahead of Wednesday's signing ceremony in Brussels.
While Istria’s wonderful old cities lure tourists with their beaches and historic atmosphere, the interior offers a more secluded experience of hills, vineyards and charming fortified towns.