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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.
Kosovo’s first post-war business park opened with much fanfare in December, but firms moving onto the site claim that none of the key services, from electricity to internet, actually work.
The Ministry of Trade and Industry has annulled the licenses of more then 100 construction companies because they failed to prove they had engineers actively working for them.
Kosovo’s Prime Minister has promised more public-private partnerships to improve the country’s creaking infrastructure as a Turkish-French partnership takes over the running of Pristina airport
Macedonia and Kosovo signed an agreement on double taxation avoidance and protection from tax evasion on Wednesday, a move both countries say will boost investments.
More than 1,300 businesses closed in Kosovo in 2010, the highest figure since records began.
Opposition parties accuse Hashim Thaci's government of "smuggling" the privatisation of the Post and Telecommunications of Kosovo, PTK, into the draft budget for 2011.
A two-day business summit on the Western Balkans begins today in Maryland, though Serbia will not attend in protest over Kosovo's participation.
The International Monetary Fund says Thaci government's decision to hike state salaries is not in line with Stand-By Arrangement.
Economic experts warn Kosovo is on track to miss its economic growth target of 6.1 per cent because, three months into the year, the annual budget has not yet been approved and, as a result, little public investment has yet been made.
Experts believe that prices of basic goods in Kosovo have already risen in anticipation of the Government’s expected wage increases for public employees, leaving many family struggling after Prime Minister Hashim Thaci was forced to delay the pay rise
After more than a decade of rows over the sale of Kosovo’s main ski centre, a plan to build a brand new resort next door has emerged.
Direct foreign investment in Kosovo failed to pick up in 2010, remaining at well below the level achieved in 2007, new figures reveal.
Hashim Thaci is being urged to revisit a controversial decision to raise civil service salaries by up to 50 per cent.
A ten-year-old agreement with the European Union allowing Kosovo to export goods into the zone duty-free has not been renewed because of arguments over the country’s disputed status.
Pristina has unveiled plans for its first toll highway, which will connect the capital to the Macedonian capital, Skopje.
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.
Kosovo has named Valdet Sadiku as its liaison officer in Belgrade after the first appointee resigned unexpectedly.