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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.
Skopje _ Hundreds of Macedonian women celebrating International Women's Day on March 8 travelled to neighbouring Greece for the holiday, despite tensions between the two countries.
Sarajevo _ Local residents in the Bosnian town of Zenica claim their health was put at risk when high levels of radioactivity were detected on a lorry traveling from a nearby Arcelor–Mittal steel plant, local media reported Monday.
Sofia _ Bulgaria's State Agricultural Fund has accused the European Union of a lack of professionalism, after Brussels suspended farming funds to the country, local media reported Monday.
Novi Pazar _ The real estate business in southwest Sandzak region has ground to a halt amid political instability following Kosovo’s declaration of independence.
Vranje _ Political turmoil in Serbia has prompted Slovenia’s TUS retailer to shelve the construction of a shopping centre in the south Serbian city of Vranje, the company’s Belgrade branch said.
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.