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thumbnailGreece and Serbia to increase business co-operation
2013-07-09Serbia and Greece should do more to improve business co-operation, which is important for both countries' economic development, officials and experts say.
thumbnailIstanbul, Tirana stock exchanges sign co-operation deal
2013-06-12The deal between the two markets envisions joint projects and expertise exchange. Also in business this week: More than one-third of Greeks are self-employed, and a new auto parts facility in Romania is expected to create 300 jobs.
thumbnailMacedonia, Albania seek to develop Lake Ohrid tourism
2013-04-13Macedonian and Albanian organisations are aiming to draw more tourists to the Lake Ohrid region.
thumbnailSerbia and Turkey boost business co-operation
2013-04-05Economic relations between the two countries present numerous business opportunities, analysts said.
thumbnailBulgaria and Turkey aim to boost economic ties
2012-12-05The cornerstone of Turkey and Bulgaria's budding economic relationship is the energy sector and infrastructure investment.
thumbnailRomania, Bulgaria, Greece work to increase growth
2012-11-27Three Balkan countries aim to jointly tackle regional and European challenges.
thumbnailCarrefour pulls out of Greece
2012-06-20The French retail giant will sell its 50% stake in the supermarkets to a local partner. Also in business news: smokers in Southeast Europe spend nearly 20% of their monthly income on cigarettes.
thumbnailBusiness: Serbia, US start direct flights
2011-05-06Service between Chicago and Belgrade begins next month. Also in business news: Moody's sees a positive fiscal outlook for Bulgaria and work begins on an Albania-Kosovo transmission line.
thumbnailCroatia, Serbia, Slovenia to improve economic co-operation
2011-04-04The three leaders discussed their countries' joint participation in third markets.
Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia to boost economic co-operation
2011-04-03BELGRADE, Serbia -- Serbia's President Boris Tadic and Prime Ministers of Croatia and Slovenia, Jadranka Kosor and Borut Pahor, reaffirmed on Friday...
thumbnailTurkey, US pledge to double bilateral trade
2011-03-28Ankara and Washington are exploring way to tap each other's markets.
US-sponsored tax centre opens in Albania
2011-03-02TIRANA, Albania -- Albanian authorities and US diplomats inaugurated on Tuesday (March 1st) a US-sponsored taxpayers' centre that is expected to serv...
Erdogan wants donor conference for Egypt
2011-02-16ANKARA, Turkey -- Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on Tuesday (February 15th) for an international donor conference to help Egypt overcome...
Bulgaria's Borisov visits Japan
2011-01-24TOKYO, Japan -- Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov is in Tokyo where he met on Sunday (January 23rd) with Japan's Crown Prince Naruhito. They dis...
Romania takes over BSEC presidency
2011-01-03BUCHAREST, Romania -- As scheduled, Romania officially took over the six-month presidency of the Black Sea Economic Co-operation (BSEC) organisation...
thumbnailBusiness: Panasonic to launch facility in Serbia
2010-12-30Panasonic is starting production in Serbia. Also in business news: Bulgaria plans a wind park and Alpha Bank is honoured in Greece.
Serbia reaches settlement with Israeli satellite company
2010-12-30BELGRADE, Serbia -- The government has struck a deal with Israeli company ImageSat over the price of a spy satellite, Borko Stefanovic, a member of S...
Turkey hosts high profile ECO summit
2010-12-23ISTANBUL, Turkey -- The foreign ministers of countries in the Economic Co-operation Organisation (ECO) are meeting in Istanbul on Thursday (December...
Greece hosts Black Sea Economic Co-operation meeting
2010-11-28ATHENS, Greece -- A meeting of the Black Sea Economic Co-operation (BSEC) foreign ministers took place in Thessaloniki on Friday (November 26th). Par...
Turkey, Croatia to boost economic ties
2010-11-28ANKARA, Turkey -- Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his visiting Croatian counterpart Jadranka Kosor agreed on Friday (November 26th) in Ankara...

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