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.
2013-11-29Officials said regional cadets and doctors training at Turkey's facilities will help military forces throughout the region.
2013-11-27The Association Agreement with the EU will boost Moldova's economy and bring foreign investments to the former Soviet republic, experts and officials say.
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.
2013-11-26The Serbian Investment and Export Promotion Agency scandal has triggered a debate on the efficiency of state agencies and whether the existence of some of them is justified.
2013-11-26Experts blame the Taliban for a polio outbreak in Syria that now threatens to spread as refugees flee the civil war.
2013-11-14A NATO missile defence system in Romania will protect "allies in Europe from ballistic missiles launched from the Middle East," officials and experts say.
2013-11-13The pipeline to connect Serbia to the South Stream gas project will be about 450 kilometres long. In other business news: Bulgaria hopes for another strong winter tourism season.
2013-11-11The country reached the NATO integration objectives within four years and is preparing for increased responsibilities in the alliance.
2013-11-11After a Roma couple accused of kidnapping a child were arrested in Greece, pressure on the minority group has increased throughout Europe.
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.
2013-10-31The story of the "blonde angel," a 4-year-old girl named Maria, raises the issue of child trafficking in Balkans.
2013-10-30The carrier's first jet was named for Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic. In other business news: Turkey's foreign aid reaches $3.43 billion this year.
2013-10-25Bloggers criticise a decision by Romania's general prosecutor to remove anti-corruption prosecutor Lucian Papici.
2013-10-23The World Bank report focuses on youth employment in Southeast Europe. Also in business news: Sarantis Group is moving its headquarters from Romania to Greece.
2013-10-21The European Union opens its markets for Moldova wines, supporting the country's EU bid and urging the former Soviet republic to continue its efforts to join the bloc.
2013-10-18If countries in Southeast Europe do not take steps to address lingering problems in the area of media freedom, what is ultimately at stake is democracy, the OSCE has warned.
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.
2013-10-08Romania will assist Moldova to reform the social protection system and achieve European standards in social services, officials say.
A lack of funds has affected the pace of clearing landmines in the Balkans.