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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 European Investment Bank intends to increase its presence in the Western Balkans after opening a new regional office in Belgrade.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has granted a €35 million loan to fund smart grid development in Montenegro.
Balkan residents are finding it increasingly difficult to make ends meet and remain pessimistic about their countries’ and their own economic recovery, an annual Gallup poll released on Wednesday finds.
The Montenegrin government has suspended its "economic citizenship” programme until the measure has been harmonised with European Union regulations.
Investors plan to transform the untouched Cape Arza at the entrance of Boka Kotorska Bay in Montenegro into a concrete tourism resort, provoking an outcry from the civil society sector.
It appears that Montenegro's once illustrious resort island of St. Stefan in the Adriatic Sea will spend another winter in darkness, off limits to the wealthy holidaymakers that the island boasted in the prosperous 1970s and 1980s.
A 30 per cent stake in national carrier Montenegro Airlines, MA, has been offered for sale by the Montenegrin Privatisation Council.
The Serbian and Montenegrin national carriers, Jat Airways and Montenegro Airlines, are to merge their fleets.
Foreign businesspeople are being offered citizenship in Montenegro in return for investing in the country.
Work being carried out on roads linking the Northern Albanian city of Shkodra with Montenegro have fallen behind schedule.
Montenegro risks being removed from the White Schengen list if the government goes ahead with an "economic citizenship" plan, a member of the German coalition government has said.
The Montenegrin capital is expected to be home to a five-star Hilton Hotel within the next two and a half years.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) upgraded its forecast for economic growth of the countries in Central and Eastern Europe(CEE) from 3.4 per cent to 3.7 per cent for 2010.
Prime ministers of the Western Balkan`s countries noted on Friday that the economic crisis is over, but cautioned that the consequences of the global slump will weigh on the region's recovery.
The World Economic Forum published its report 'Lisbon Review 2010' on the occasion of its Forum on Europe being held Monday and Tuesday. In the report, Romania and Bulgaria remain the lowest ranking European Union members, while the Western Balkan countries range from the very top to the very bottom in their group.
Italy’s need to meet its EU carbon reduction target underpins its ambitious investments in the energy sector in the Balkans and North Africa.
The Montenegrin government has decided to reduce the wages earned by the heads of public enterprises and state institutions in a move aimed at cutting the country’s expenditure.
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.