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A 30-per-cent spike in non-performing loans points to a decline in the country’s overall economic health.
While Kosovo’s power company expects the new Turkish grid owner to underwrite more than 400,000 euro in recently agreed upgrades, the consortium is making no commitments.
Albanian minsters say Kosovo is making use of consumer worries about levels of aflatoxin in milk to damage the commercial interest of Albanian dairies.
Kosovo seeks support from abroad to build new ski centre as part of privatisation effort.
The Kosovo Civil Society Consortium for Sustainable Development, KOSID, and a group of other organisations including BIRN Kosovo, launched a media campaign on Friday to raise awareness about the environmental damage that the project to build a new power plant will cause.
International investors are showing increased interest in Kosovo’s energy sector - but some experts fear the focus on lignite sources could end up worsening the current high pollution levels.
Macedonia tops the region in the 2013 Index of Economic Freedom, annually compiled by The Wall Street Journal and The Heritage Foundation.
Forbes magazine has rated Slovenia and Macedonia as the best countries in the Balkans in which to do business. Serbia is rated worst.
Businesses in Southeast Europe are finding it easier to operate as governments cut red tape, a new World Bank reports concludes.
USAID and the Kosovo government have agreed a development deal for the agricultural sector, which has been struggling with high-interest loans.
Twenty-seven organizations have called on the government of Kosovo to stop the privatization of the Post and Telecom company, PTK.
Ministry of Economic Development can proceed with the privatization of the Post and Telecommunications company, after a court threw out a complaint from Monaco Telecom.
The Vetevendosje Movement on Monday urged people to mobilize against the government's planned sale of 75 per cent of its shares in the Post-Telecom company, PTK
Kosovo has announced that it will soon abolish its recently introduced 35 per cent import tax on cement, which drew protests from neighbouring Albania.
Kosovo may dump its plan to find a single foreign investor to build a new power plant and rejuvenate its aging coal-powered facility, following advice from the EU.
Airtimes and fares are expected to fall on flights to and from Kosovo after NATO decided to hand control of Kosovo airspace to Hungary.
Turkish soaps have replaced Latin American shows as must-sees for many TV viewers in the Balkans - tapping into nostalgia for a system of family values that people in the region have lost, and lament.
Telecom could become lead player in small but burgeoning industry in Kosovo, which is tapping the low-wage, multilingual workforce.
Serbian police have arrested two men, including a current member of the country’s special police unit, on suspicion that they helped murder at least 65 Albanian civilians in a Kosovo village.