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The latest World Economic Forum report on global competitiveness ranks Bulgaria as the best in the Balkans and Albania as the worst, just behind Serbia.
Regulatory agencies in the Balkans have finally agreed to phase out mobile phone roaming charges, which are much higher than those in Western Europe.
Balkan economy and finance ministers meeting in Berlin have agreed that their countries must jointly resolve economic issues that trouble the region.
The value of Macedonian exports rose robustly in the first half of 2014 - although the foreign trade gap keeps widening.
A new bill - which will allow domestic firms to pay for and organize the transport of their goods on the railway network - is causing alarm inside the state railway company, which fears for the loss of its monopoly.
Newly revealed plans to raise a record €500 million through a Eurobond have caused divisions in Macedonia, with many querying official explanations for the loan.
Government plans to establish a tax haven that will encourage wealthy corporations to move their operations to Macedonia have won a mixed response.
Air traffic has grown exponentially in Macedonia since the arrival of low-cost, or budget, airlines, which the government has stimulated via targeted subsisidies.
If the tendering procedure goes according to plan, consumers in Skopje may be be able to to start using natural gas for energy within two or three years.
Macedonia's antiquated rolling stock is to be modernized after it signed a deal for the purchase of six new passenger trains from China at a cost of 25 million euro.
Despite tough tendering conditions, Macedonian companies remain optimistic that if they join hands they can get hold of all-important shares in the Greek port of Thessaloniki.
One of the most popular online money transfer and payment services is finally available in Macedonia and Montenegro, where online shopping leaves much room for improvement.
Macedonia’s economy grew by 3.9 per cent in the first quarter of this year, the State Statistical Office has announced, matching optimistic official predictions.
Public enterprises are among the biggest debtors in Macedonia, according to the latest 'shame list' of debtors released by the Public Revenue Office.
The halt to construction of the Russian-led South Stream gas pipeline poses no immediate threat to Macedonia’s gas supply, experts say.
With many construction contracts for the revamp of the Macedonian capital still secret - and annexes added to them all the time - the total sum being spent on Skopje 2014 remains a mystery.
Macedonia's main opposition party has refused to take part in the latest move of the State Electoral Commission, DIK, to clean the electoral roll of fictitious voters, insisting only a proper head count will suffice.
While LGBT communities and public in Serbia and Croatia criticised the reporting of their national broadcasters on the May 10 victory of transsexual singer Conchita Wurst at the Eurovision, this year’s voting has highlighted differing attitudes towards LGBT people in Western and Eastern Europe.