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Niksic bauxite miners ended a strike over unpaid salaries and exited the mining cave after the authorities guaranteed payment of some of the money they are owed.
The organisation Global Financial Integrity has ranked Serbia worst of all Balkan countries when it comes to illegal financial flows.
Montenegro is mulling an offer from Abu Dhabi’s Royal Group to develop a 180 million-euro resort on the Adriatic coast.
Macedonia tops the region in the 2013 Index of Economic Freedom, annually compiled by The Wall Street Journal and The Heritage Foundation.
Forbes magazine has rated Slovenia and Macedonia as the best countries in the Balkans in which to do business. Serbia is rated worst.
The Austrian banking group has started putting its subsidiaries in Southeast Europe up for sale.
Businesses in Southeast Europe are finding it easier to operate as governments cut red tape, a new World Bank reports concludes.
Montenegro registers nearly five per cent more tourists in the country in 2012.
Montenegro hosted more tourists this year than it did in 2011, with Serbs and Russians topping the list of visitors.
Steel workers in Niksic, unhappy with the policies of the factory's new Turkish owners, went on strike on Wednesday, demanding pay rises, overtime rates and more workers.
Hong Kong based company has sent an offer to Serbia for the construction of the remaining sections of the Corridor 11 highway which will connect Belgrade to the South Adriatic.
Southeast Europe remains particularly vulnerable to turbulence in the single currency zone, a report issued by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development suggests.
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development report predicts that eurozone crisis will buffet Balkan economies, slowing growth in 2012.
Montenegro has sold its bankrupt Zeljezara steel mill in Niksic to a Turkish metals company, which will help the Adriatic country to reduce its debt burden.
Montenegro says it will meet a Friday deadline to pay more than 20 million euro in guarantees for the debt of Podgorica Aluminum Plant, KAP, to Deutsche Bank.
New data show that each Macedonian owes on average only about €600 to the banks, while at the other end of the scale the average Slovenian owes about €4,000.
Italy’s need to meet its EU carbon reduction target underpins its ambitious investments in the energy sector in the Balkans and North Africa.
Filip Vujanovic, from the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists, started his third presidential term amid protests by people who still contest the legality of his election win.
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.