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Montenegro will get a new telecom operator, which will be state-owned, said the the Deputy Minister for Electronic Communications and Postal Services, Ratko Strugar.
Representatives of the Ministries of Finance of Montenegro and the United Arab Emirates have initialed a treaty to eliminate double taxation between the two countries.
Over the next ten years, Montenegro is expected to experience the world’s fastest growth in the contribution of travel and tourism to GDP, at 12.4 per cent a year, a recent report shows.
The OSCE Mission to Montenegro and the environmental NGO Ozone will launch a four-month project today to promote environmental activism in the country's second city of Niksic.
Montenegro says it has no plans to respond with trade countermeasures to Serbia's three-month ban on wheat exports, which has dealt a blow to the country very dependent on Serbian supplies.
A two-day business summit on the Western Balkans begins today in Maryland, though Serbia will not attend in protest over Kosovo's participation.
Representatives from countries across the region have signed an agreement on cooperation in preventing organised financial crime and tax evasion.
Serbian government’s decision to ban wheat exports for the next three months could threaten Montenegro’s flour supply, Podgorica media report.
Montenegro Airlines appears to be increasingly struggling to continue operations as its debts mount.
Montenegro Airlines says that new additions to its 2011 summer season timetable are justified by the country's ever closer ties to Europe.
Officials from the Central Bank of Montenegro held their final meeting on Monday with the delegation of the International Monetary Fund, as a part of the regular mission to the country.
Montenegro leads Europe in the number of mobile phones per capita, and ranks second worldwide, according to a report from the International Telecommunications Union.
Foreign direct investments in Montenegro fell by almost 50 per cent in 2010, preliminary data from the country's central bank, CBCG, show.
Montenegro's total foreign trade exchange from January - December 2010 stood at €1984.9 million, a growth of 2.8 per cent year-on-year, preliminary data show.
Several countries rank high on the 2011 Index of Economic Freedom, as reforms begin to bite, while others lag as result of age-old problems, especially corruption.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has granted the Montenegrin municipality of Danilovgrad a €5.35 million loan for the modernisation of water infrastructure.
Italy’s need to meet its EU carbon reduction target underpins its ambitious investments in the energy sector in the Balkans and North Africa.
As the EU organizes a second media freedom conference on June 20, the jury is out on whether Brussels has positively affected a generally deteriorating situation for the media in the region.
Located where the Bojana flows into the Adriatic, the island remains a Garden of Eden - though one less favoured by nudists than in former times.