2013-03-06The two prime ministers signed 25 agreements to boost co-operation. Also in business news: Bulgaria's energy regulator proposed cutting electricity prices and BiH Airlines will launch a new route April 1st.
2013-03-01Several agreements are expected to be signed during the prime ministers' meetings.
2013-02-27Economies in the regional EU member and candidate countries are expected to grow this year. Also in business news: Greece hopes to further Europe's energy security.
2013-02-06Economic co-operation and investment projects were the focus of a meeting this week. Also in business news: Croatia's government bond rating was cut and the grey economy is decreasing in Bulgaria.
2013-02-02The terrorist attack is seen as an assault on democracy and Turkey's progress.
2013-02-01Early reports indicate a suicide bomber struck at the US Embassy.
2013-01-09Turkey has made a large jump on the list of countries commercial investors want to put their money. Also in business news: two Serbian firms will provide electricity to Kosovo.
2013-01-02Visitors will continue to flock to the Adriatic, according to an association's survey. Also, Turkey is in talks to build another nuclear power plant.
2013-01-02As a fence to curb illegal immigration from Turkey to Greece goes up, some immigrants and asylum seekers are taking more dangerous and costly routes across the sea.
2012-12-31Strengthened trade, investment seen as beneficial for both countries.
2012-12-19The gas pipeline, which will run through both countries is expected to have an annual capacity of 1.8 billion cubic metres. Also in business news, Cyprus is facing a situation of selective default.
2012-12-03Conservatives say the internationally popular television series portrays the Ottoman Sultan in a blasphemous way.
2012-10-17The Athens Stock Exchange loses a company, but factories will remain. Also in business news, a gas pipeline agreement for Moldova and Romania, and agreements in the region with Russia and Kazakhstan.
2012-10-17Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in a speech, describes the UN Security Council's stance on strife in neighbouring Syria as "negligence."
2012-09-24A proposed law is intended to combat "Islamophobia", but would instead criminalise free speech, an expert said.
2012-09-20Protests about perceived insults against Islam have always been more restrained in Turkey compared with many other countries, an analyst says.
2012-08-15Faced with a common security threat in Syria, the EU and Turkey are in close dialogue, but divisions remain over support to Syrian opposition and the Greek Cypriot EU presidency.
2012-08-04On major foreign policy matters, Turks are generally united. On how the government should handle the crisis in neighbouring Syria, however, there is a deep division.
2012-07-06A gas pipeline deal brings the dream of carrying natural gas from Azerbaijan to Europe via Turkey one step closer to reality.
2012-06-13The World Bank is urging regional countries to undertake fiscal consolidation to stem a growth downturn. Also in business news: Montenegrin companies have a combined debt of more than 400m euros.
Ongoing efforts of political parties and NGOs help fuel peaceful transformation.