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Kosovo said it will sue companies that establish contracts with the Trepca industrial complex after the US firm New Generation Power did so without due consultation.
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.
Vegetables, wheat and oils are among the most popular products being imported to Kosovo from other countries following the country’s ban on imports from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Kosovo's ban on products from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina could mean new trade opportunities for Croatia.
Macedonia plans to boost exports to neighbouring Kosovo, following Kosovo's decision to slap an embargo on Serbian goods.
After Kosovo's first census in 30 years revealed that Pristina is home to just 200,000 residents, about half the previous estimate, officials are rethinking the capital’s funding.
Kosovo’s plans to become a major exporter of energy, powered by its huge lignite reserves, were downsize as the world turned against fossil fuels, but the Japanese nuclear disaster has revived the country’s hopes to cash in on its biggest asset.
As Kosovo government unveils plans for new highway to Macedonia, experts wonder where the 600 million euro needed for the project are to come from.
The Islamic Development Bank has granted Kosovo a loan of 27 million euro, for which it won't be charged interest. The money will go on education, health and infrastructure.
Macedonian capital leads the region in terms of best city in which to start a business, a new report says.
Pristina International Airport's new overseers are expected to start a 100 million euro overhaul, but it remains unclear whether the potholed exit road to the airport will be replaced and when a new flyover will be completed.
Economic experts say that Kosovo's government has worsened the country's international image by breaching an IMF agreement.
Kosovo’s government has sung its own praises for reducing expenditures in the first quarter of 2011, but some economic experts say there is more to the story.
The legality of a Kosovo Government decision to reroute a 700 million euro highway is being questioned by opposition members and civil society
Kosovo’s former energy minister Justina Shiroka-Pula claims that delays to a massive new power plant were due to meddling from international advisors, a suggestion ridiculed by others involved with the scheme
Local economic experts say the Kosovo government's newly launched plan for economic development, which aims to increase growth by cutting red-tape and reforming the business sector, is unrealistic.
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.
Powerful businessman who made a fortune in sugar is among pre-qualified bidders for Kosovo’s ambitious planned ski resort.
The Hague Tribunal has been successful in bringing wartime commanders to justice but hasn’t met expectations on reconciliation, chief prosecutor Serge Brammertz told BIRN.