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A 30-per-cent spike in non-performing loans points to a decline in the country’s overall economic health.
Around 85 workers continue protests in front of Ferronikel, Kosovo’s biggest exporter, after the company refused to extend their contracts and banned them from entering the site.
Pristina’s 14.5 million euro super junction is already being patched up with bricks, instead of asphalt, less than a year after being opened to the public.
The headquarters of Kosovo’s Intelligence Agency is being built by a firm with strong links to the governing Democratic Party of Kosovo, PDK, and who was elected in a close procurement process.
Innovation Center Kosovo is helping startups turn their ideas into real businesses. With an incubation and training department, practical workshops, events like Business Tuesday or Startup Weekend, Innovation Centre Kosovo, based in Pristina is helping innovators turn their ideas into real businesses.
One of Europe’s biggest construction companies, Austria’s Strabag, is pulling out of Kosovo six years after purchasing former Yugoslavia’s biggest quarry.
Municipal officials have benefited from the expropriation of land along the route for Kosovo’s new highway, an investigation has revealed.
Cash-strapped Kosovars say a 23 per cent increase in the cost of electricity will put further pressure on the family purse.
A poultry farmer whose business failed blames NATO helicopters for stressing out his chickens..
A masterplan for a new ski resort in Kosovo – which will be five times the size as Mavrovo in Macedonia – recommends that a new ski system should offer the best skiing and accommodation facilities in the region, with prices to match.
Normally thought of as a Balkan economic basket case, Kosovo is predicted to be the fastest growing economy in the eurozone next year - though expansion will be driven largely by remittance flows and increased public spending.
Serbian customs officials are respecting the new deal on trade exports from Kosovo but Kosovo businesses have yet to take advantage of the new market, Kosovo Trade and Industry Minister Mimoza Kusari-Lila has said.
Belgrade says the move is intended to stop smugglers and tax avoiders, but some see it as a bid to strengthen Serbia's grip on Kosovo's northern, Serb-run enclave .
Two powerful European Commissioners have warned the World Bank that withdrawing its financial backing for Kosovo’s new power plant could result in a sub-standard facility being built and the continued use of South East Europe’s biggest source of pollution.
After years of neglect, Pristina’s roads are being rejuvenated with 15 million euro of investment – but not everyone is convinced traffic jams or pot holes are a thing of the past.
Following the EU's example, regulatory bodies from the Balkans are considering phasing out mobile phone roaming charges, which are far higher than prices in Western Europe.
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.
As Pristina and Belgrade seek agreement on implementing their EU-brokered deal, Albanian leaders in Serbia’s Presevo Valley are urging the Kosovo authorities to help them win more rights.