2012-08-20Some analysts believe the Agrobanka scandal may become Serbia's equivalent of Croatia's Sanader affair.
2012-07-19The new coalition government has detailed plans to pull Serbia out of its economic funk, but experts say citizens will bear a heavier burden.
2012-05-08The economic crisis is forcing countries to continue borrowing, but high interest rates could eventually have a detrimental effect on the economy, business and living standards.
2012-03-31The 18% VAT on baby food and equipment would be eliminated under a proposal approved by Serbia lawmakers.
2012-02-18Concerned that the government will pile up debt beyond agreed levels ahead of elections, the IMF opts for delay.
2012-02-15Heavy snowfalls have paralysed BiH and other regional countries, but has also fostered co-operation.
2012-02-02Serbian officials say closing the Smederevo steel plant was not an acceptable option -- but finding a new partner may prove difficult.
2012-01-31Opinions are divided on whether a state development bank is needed to support the economy and stimulate small- and medium-sized businesses.
2012-01-25Greek authorities published a "black list" of tax evaders in the country. Also in business news: Croatia is expected to financially benefit from joining the EU.
2011-11-09While some politicians have high hopes, analysts caution that Serbia's EU path may be long and arduous.
2011-11-04The EU is keen to see dialogue resume between Pristina and Belgrade; talks have been halted amid violence at crossing gates in northern Kosovo.
2011-10-07Eleven years after the ousting of Milosevic, many in Serbia remain unhappy with the pace of reforms and quality of life.
2011-09-28Greeks staged more protests Tuesday against austerity measures. Also in business news, Albania mine workers resume their hunger strike.
2011-08-17Tourists are flocking to Albania for their summer holidays. Also in business news: Spain wins backing to restrict its number of Romanian workers, while Turkey delays the bidding process for construction of a new bridge.
2011-08-13Instead of building roads, Nibens Group road workers have ended up blocking them in order to get paid.
2011-07-11Authorities expect Fiat's investment in the town of Kragujevac to help spark economic recovery.
2011-06-15Standard & Poor's downgrades Greece's credit to CCC. Also in business news: Bulgaria will produce Europe's cheapest car and Albanians can now fly direct to Brussels.
2011-05-20BELGRADE, Serbia -- European Commission (EC) President Jose Manuel Barroso hailed on Thursday (May 19th) efforts by Serbia so far in the EU integrati...
2011-05-19Experts debate the benefits of the forthcoming agreement between the IMF and Serbia.
2011-05-19BELGRADE, Serbia -- European Commission (EC) President Jose Manuel Barroso and EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fuele visit Belgrade on Thursday (M...
Ongoing efforts of political parties and NGOs help fuel peaceful transformation.