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IMF Slightly Raises Montenegro’s Growth Forecast

Montenegro's GDP is projected to grow by 4.7 per cent in 2015 and 3.5 per cent in 2016, the International Monetary Fund said in its latest report.

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The Balkan Muslim ‘Threat’ has Never Materialised

Paradoxically, the Islamist danger is not coming from where once it was most expected - from among Muslims in the Balkans.

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Montenegro Raises Petrol Price to Pay Highway Loan

The Montenegrin government is to introduce a new fuel tax in order to cut the budget deficit and pay off a huge loan it took to build a highway.

Montenegro Press Review - April 14, 2015

PISA testing begins for 6,000 Montenegrin pupils. Montenegrin presiden has no plans to be active in DPS rulling party. Opposition leader will attend the V Day parade in Moscow.

Culture & Society

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Power Dams Pose Threat to Rare Balkan Salmon

Planned hydroelectric power plants on Balkan rivers pose a deadly threat to the survival of the Mladica, known as the Balkan salmon, the NGO Riverwatch says.