2013-12-04Construction of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline is to begin in 2015. In other business news: Romania's president balks at a standby deal with the European Commission and the IMF.
2013-11-27The fund of 140 million euros is expected to be available next year. In other business news: Ministers from the Balkans have endorsed the South-East Europe 2020 strategy that aims to create 1 million new jobs in the region.
2013-11-06Cyprus, Montenegro, Bulgaria and Turkey follow in the 2014 Doing Business report. In other business news: The UN warns about the hazards of corruption for businesses.
2013-10-30Ancient history and differences of religion pose challenges for both sides.
2013-10-29Twenty years after the conflicts in the region, the Serbian and Croatian armies take part in joint missions and projects.
2013-10-17Regional experts say an Israeli-backed plan to connect Cyprus and Turkey along a new gas pipeline could benefit the long-divided island.
2013-10-16Croatia, Greece and Cyprus continue to see a drop in GDP, according to the IMF. In other business news, the EU approved Aegean Airlines' bid to acquire its rival Olympic Air.
2013-10-09Croatia, Greece and Bulgaria follow in the World Economic Forum report. Also in business news: Greece's economy is expected to grow in 2014.
2013-10-07Greece hopes to persuade its EU partners during its Union presidency that it will highlight important issues and make a difference.
2013-09-25Setting up a business takes less than a week in some parts of southeast Europe, according to World Economic Forum research. Also in business news: Serbia and Bulgaria pledge to improve co-operation.
2013-09-18The agreement allows Skopje to end its ban on wheat and flour, and for Kosovo to end its ban of Macedonian imports. Also in business news: Dominique Strauss-Khan will begin work next week for the Serbian government.
2013-09-11Balkan countries follow in the World Economic Forum list. Also in business news: Romanians rally against plans for a gold mine in Rosia Montana.
2013-08-29Former Cyprus Interior Minister Dinos Michaelides may be the first extradited official to face trial in Greece.
2013-08-21Companies also are looking at investments in energy, infrastructure, housing, retail and hotels. Also in business news: Kosovo seeks to join the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline.
2013-08-19His statement presents an opportunity to deepen regional co-operation, analysts said.
2013-08-14Geologists said the biggest reserves lie near Zagubica. Also in business news: Turkey's Ministry of Technology will provide financial assistance of up to 25,000 euros to tech entrepreneurs.
2013-08-07JAT Airways will be rebranded as Air Serbia. Also in business news: Greece reduces the hotel VAT to boost tourism and Albania's central bank has cut the benchmark rate in the country by 25 basis points.
2013-07-23Workers at Kombinat Aluminijuma Podgorica say their "lives are at stake" as the aluminum plant falls into bankruptcy.
2013-07-10The new tourist route aims to draw European nationals. Also in business news: Serbian car producer Fiat Automobili Srbija presented the latest version of the 500L model.
2013-07-03The potential for nautical tourism will bring more visitors to Croatia and Montenegro, boosting the countries' economy, experts say.
Croatia's accession to the EU opened the market to energy providers and is leading to lower household bills.