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Latest Business News from Kosovo

14 Dec 07

Kosovo Faces Golden Future

Pristina _ A new geophysical survey says Kosovo has bigger deposits of gold and other metals than previously thought.
25 Sep 07

IMF Backs Albania-Kosovo Highway

Tirana_ The International Monetary Fund has endorsed a controversial highway project, currently under construction, which will link the Albanian coast with Kosovo.

18 Jul 07

Kosovo Trust Agency Opens New Privatisation Wave

Pristina_ Bus stations and a textile plant are among the 10 state-owned enterprises offered for privatization in the latest round launched Wednesday by the Kosovo Trust Agency, KTA.
04 Jul 07

Kosovo Agency Figures Show Foreign Investments Lag

Pristina _ Foreign companies have invested about 855 million euros in Kosovo in the past five years, an amount that falls short of the territory’s needs as talks continue over potential independence from Serbia, a government official said Wednesday.
21 Jun 07

Kosovo: Privatisation Bidding Followed by Threats

Pristina_Public threats and swearing were some of the outcomes to the opening ceremony for the 25th round of the privatisation process in Kosovo, Kosovo Trust Agency, KTA, officials confirmed Thursday.
21 Jun 07

Ceku Urges Rejection of Disputed Contract

Pristina _ Prime Minister Agim Ceku requested Wednesday evening that the board of Post and Telecom of Kosovo, PTK, reject a suspicious contract they had initiated with James Wasserstrom, former head of the Office for Coordination of Oversight of Publicly Owned Enterprise in Kosovo.
12 Jun 07

Kosovo's 2008 Budget Set at 850 million Euros

Pristina_ - Kosovo’s Minister of Economy and Finance, Haki Shatri, promised on Tuesday that the increased budget for 2008 will be mostly used to benefit teachers and pensioners. “Families of people who died in the war and war invalids will [also] be fully supported”, Shatri said.

Culture and Lifestyle

23 Jan 18

Kosovo Woman Aims to Climb All 14 Himalayan Peaks

After becoming the first Albanian woman to reach the top of Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world, Kosovo’s Uta Ibrahimi is planning to climb all 14 peaks in the Himalayas.

01 Jan 18

Gallery: New Year’s Eve, the Balkan Way

27 Dec 17

Balkan Cities to Party Their Way Into 2018

25 Dec 17

Festive Cheer at Pristina's Christmas Market


06 Nov 17

Threat to Quit CEFTA Stirs Debate in Kosovo

As Kosovo’s government mulls withdrawing from CEFTA, citing its unequal treatment, economists warn that a halt to regional free trade will result in price rises.

19 Oct 17

EU Mulls Lower Roaming Charges for Balkans

29 Sep 16

World Bank Upbeat About Western Balkans

29 Feb 16

World Bank Probes Role in Kosovo Evictions

Politics and Society

23 Jan 18

Ivanovic Killing Shows Serbia and Kosovo Must Cooperate

The EU must use the momentum generated by the joint probe into Kosovo Serb leader Oliver Ivanovic’s recent assassination to insist that Serbia and Kosovo’s prosecutors continue to work together to tackle serious crimes.

22 Jan 18

Kosovo Imam Denies Inciting Terror in Sermons