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Macedonia’s state-owned power utility company ELEM has begun the construction of the country’s first wind farm in an investment worth 55 million euro.
All the McDonald’s fast-food restaurants in Macedonia have closed because the local company that operated the franchise has lost its licence for reasons which are as yet unknown.
Macedonian industrial output rose for the first time in 13 months, boosting hopes that the country is finally exiting a prolonged economic downturn.
The organisation Global Financial Integrity has ranked Serbia worst of all Balkan countries when it comes to illegal financial flows.
After years of delay, Slovenian ERA group has found a partner in Hungarian-based TriGranit for a €130 million upgrade to change Skopje Fair into a business and shopping venue called ERA City.
Macedonia's food safety agency is boosting checks on dairy products in the light of fears of contamination by the cancer-causing toxin M1.
Bosnia, Croatia, Macedonia and Montenegro have taken milk produced by two Croatian dairies off the market amid fears of contamination by potentially dangerous aflatoxin M1.
After a disappointing lack of interest in the scheme, the government has increased the subsidies on offer to would-be real estate purchasers.
Industrial output declined in Macedonia for 12 months in a row in 2012, data show, dampening hopes of a quick economic recovery.
On a visit to Macedonia, Indian billionaire Subrata Roy has unveiled his plans to build a luxury recreational complex on the shores of the country's jewel, Lake Ohrid.
As the Serbian government mulls involving the Chinese in building a river channel from Belgrade to Thessaloniki, opposition parties and some experts have dubbed it unrealistic.
Macedonia tops the region in the 2013 Index of Economic Freedom, annually compiled by The Wall Street Journal and The Heritage Foundation.
An Italian company in partnership with the city will invest €73 million in order to turn Skopje’s communal waste landfill into a modern recycling facility.
Transport Minister Mile Janakieski said Macedonia will invest EU's €50m, from Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance, IPA, funds in railway and road infrastructure by 2017.
The Macedonian opposition has blocked the adoption of the national budget for next year, as it battles with the government over proposed loans.
Macedonia has followed in the footsteps of neighbouring Bulgaria in offering citizenship to foreigners ready to invest in the country.
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.
EU Foreign Ministers have postponed a discussion on start dates for Macedonian and Serbian accession talks.
All Balkan contestants in the semi finals on Tuesday failed to qualify for Eurosong. Macedonia and Albania are still hoping they will qualify on Thursday show in Malmo.