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07 Feb 08

Serb Dinar Plummets Amidst Crisis

Belgrade _ Serbia's national currency, the dinar, plummeted against the euro on Thursday, amidst an ongoing government crisis and despite central bank efforts to contain the financial turbulence.
01 Feb 08

Bulgaria Nets Big Budget Surplus

Sofia _ Bulgaria ended 2007 with a budget surplus of 3.8% of GDP, according to Finance Minister Plamen Oresharski.
25 Jan 08

Croatia Inflation Edges up

Zagreb _ Croatia’s annual inflation rate will go above 6% in January, the Governor of its
National Bank, Zeljko Rohatinski, has confirmed.
18 Jan 08

Russia and Bulgaria Agree Gas Deal

Sofia _ Bulgaria and Russia will each have a 50% share in the planned South Stream gas pipeline on Bulgarian territory under a deal reached on Friday.
20 Dec 07

Ex-Yugo Stock Market Deal Signed

Skopje _ The heads of the Macedonian, Serbian, Croatian and Slovenian stock exchanges have signed a partnership agreement to help them attract more foreign investors to the Balkan region.
13 Nov 07

Croatia's Inflation Rate To Rise In 2007, CB Governor Says

Zagreb _ Croatia's inflation rate will likely rise in 2008 to 4.5 percent, from 2.8 percent in 2007, the country's Central Bank governor said on Tuesday.
09 Oct 07

Zagreb Stock Exchange Hits Record Level

Zagreb_ After Croatian Telecom, HT, shares went on sale on the Zagreb stock exchange, the Crobex index hit its highest point ever, analysis showed this week.
01 Oct 07

Croatia Sets Price for Telecom Share Offer

Zagreb_ The Croatian government has set the price at which it will be selling shares in T-HT, Croatian Telecom, as over three hundred thousand Croats wait to invest.
25 Sep 07

Albania, Croatia and Montenegro to Build Pipeline

Podgorica_ Montenegro, Croatia and Albania have agreed to build a 400-km pipeline, according to a ministerial declaration agreed on Tuesday.
14 Jun 07

Bosnia-Croatia Peljesac Bridge Dispute

Sarajevo _Croatia's act of opening the tender for building a bridge that is to connect two southern Croatian territories, without signing a protocol with BiH, is a "one-sided act of the Republic of Croatia", according to Bosnian deputy communications and traffic minister, Veselin Poljasevic.


25 Oct 17

Changing CEOs will Not Fix Balkan Airlines' Troubles

Overburdened by micro-managing governments, most of the Balkan's state-owned national carriers struggle to survive in an increasingly competitive air transport industry.

23 Oct 17

Croatian Top Economists Back Move to Join Euro

19 Oct 17

EU Mulls Lower Roaming Charges for Balkans

Politics and Society

07 Jan 13

Serbian Orthodox Graves Vandalised in Croatia

Attackers have damaged several graves, crosses and tombstones at a Serbian Orthodox cemetery in the Croatian town of Knin.


16 Jul 13

Mines Kill Over 500 in Croatia Since 1991

02 Mar 12

Wikileaks: The IMF’s Fault for Balkan Wars

09 Oct 12

Montenegro's Parties Argue Over Border Dispute