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Foreign Trade Minister says Bosnia will not accept a customs-free import regime with EU states despite pressure from Brussels.
Foreign investors need more transparency and fairness in procurement competitions, investment council says, referring to a recent survey.
As the two neighbours firm up their economic ties, new agreements are expected to follow in June.
The organisation Global Financial Integrity has ranked Serbia worst of all Balkan countries when it comes to illegal financial flows.
Bosnia's Federation entity says it is trying to find ways to repay the bank that has blocked the accounts of the partly state-owned flight company, BH Airlines.
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.
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.
Local authorities in Tuzla in north-east Bosnia are to cancel a law which forces solar energy generators to pay them to use the sun as a power source.
An offer to settle an eight million euro debt to British company Deltagrip could stop the Bosniak-Croat Federation’s ailing petrol storage company from going bust.
Macedonia tops the region in the 2013 Index of Economic Freedom, annually compiled by The Wall Street Journal and The Heritage Foundation.
Bosniak-Croat Federation has signed an agreement with Turkey's Cengiz Insaat to build another 10 kilometres of highway worth around 180 million euro.
Bosnian dairy farmers ask for more help in achieving EU standards as main trading partner Croatia prepares to enter the European bloc.
The Austrian banking group has started putting its subsidiaries in Southeast Europe up for sale.
Jane Armitage, World Bank coordinator for the Western Balkans, said Bosnia would obtain more support from the bank if it carried deeper structural reforms.
Businesses in Southeast Europe are finding it easier to operate as governments cut red tape, a new World Bank reports concludes.
The IMF has approved a two-year stand-by arrangement of 405.3 million euro for the country - but it won't get all the money at once.
Bosnia's state court froze the assets of alleged Balkan narco-boss Naser Kelmendi, while prosecutors said they will investigate whether his property was bought with drug money.
Bosnian politicians believe they can convince banks to lend them more money, but their plan isn’t likely to work.
All Balkan contestants in the semi finals on Tuesday failed to qualify for Eurosong. Macedonia and Albania are still hoping they will qualify on Thursday show in Malmo.