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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.
A survey published by the American Chamber of Commerce in Albania reveals that the majority of its members saw an economic downturn in 2012 and expect worse in 2013.
Romania hopes to become energy independent in less than ten years, following exploitation of its Black Sea resources.
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.
Minister warns that more jobs will have to go in railways, the national airline and the post office, among others.
One of the most popular online money transfer and payment services is now available in Serbia, a country where Internet shopping remains a minority pasttime.
As Romania cancels a contract to construct a major highway in Tranyslvania, politicians are blaming each other for the failure.
Belgrade airport has introduced its summer timetable which offers new flights to Greek islands.
One of Croatia’s busiest airports is set to undergo major reconstruction and development.
Serbia’s state electricity company will start cutting off supplies to consumers who fail to reschedule their debts.
New data suggest that the country is edging slowly towards economic recovery.
Foreign investors need more transparency and fairness in procurement competitions, investment council says, referring to a recent survey.
The ad posted on a give-away website sums up the situation in Slovenia after almost half a decade of the deepest economic crisis in the country's short history.
Monika Karan-Ilic, one of the few women tried in Bosnia for war crimes, has been convicted of torturing and abusing detention-camp prisoners in Brcko and jailed for four years.
Cultural institutions across Serbia will open their doors overnight on May 18th for the tenth Night of the Museums offering an attractive mix of exhibitions and performances.