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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.
Jobless rate reaches new high of 21.9 per cent, the highest in a decade - and that's not the only bad news about the Croatian economy.
After America’s FAA completed its initial inspection of Serbia’s aviation, Serbia hopes the US will allow Belgrade to launch direct flights by year’s end.
Macedonia's food safety agency is boosting checks on dairy products in the light of fears of contamination by the cancer-causing toxin M1.
Bulgaria could become the second country in the region to oust the Czech electricity company CEZ, after violent protests against hefty electricity bills led to the PM's resignation.
Kosovo seeks support from abroad to build new ski centre as part of privatisation effort.
Following growing expressions of interest in its mineral reserves, Romania plans to reopen some of the mines it shut earlier.
Belgrade said the United Arab Emirates has agreed a series of deals worth several hundred million euro to help revive Serbia’s tattered economy.
A lucky few Bosnians may soon get to work in Germany and Austria as a result of labour agreements - but the numbers involved won't affect the overall unemployment picture.
Montenegro is mulling an offer from Abu Dhabi’s Royal Group to develop a 180 million-euro resort on the Adriatic coast.
After recording serious losses in 2012, Croatia Airlines will have to make big cuts.
Two Swedish brands, the furniture giant Ikea and the retail-clothing company H&M, have confirmed they are opening stores in Belgrade this year and next.
Bosnia, Croatia, Macedonia and Montenegro have taken milk produced by two Croatian dairies off the market amid fears of contamination by potentially dangerous aflatoxin M1.
Moody's on Friday downgraded Croatia's credit rating from Baa3 to Ba1, citing poor economic growth prospects and the government's lack of fiscal flexibility.
After a disappointing lack of interest in the scheme, the government has increased the subsidies on offer to would-be real estate purchasers.
Indebted state-run power monopoly says it needs to borrow 450 million euro or it may go bankrupt within the next month or so.
Planned package of savings, which won’t affect salaries or pensions, may not be nearly radical enough to tackle the growing budget deficit.
Kosovo has named Valdet Sadiku as its liaison officer in Belgrade after the first appointee resigned unexpectedly.
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.