2013-12-09Croatia's accession to the EU opened the market to energy providers and is leading to lower household bills.
2013-12-09Small and medium enterprises brave the risks during the economic crisis and show results.
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.
2013-12-02Experts said the EIB move is the beginning of a greater support from international financial organisations.
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.
2013-11-13Some experts said they worry austerity measures applied to Greece's defence industries can affect national security.
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.
2013-11-06Cyprus, 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.
2013-10-30The 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.
2013-10-23EU and NATO integration and the accompanying reforms, in turn, provide a favourable business environment.
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.
2013-10-18Macedonian government has subsidised EU loans hoping to overcome a conservative banks' lending policy and ensure a new investment cycle.
2013-10-17By pursuing a case against INA and MOL, Croatia is showing that it is actively battling corruption, an expert said.
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.
2013-10-14The negotiated agreement is expected to increase trade exchange and foreign investments.
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.
2013-10-03Officials seek a co-operative effort in the region to create jobs and improve the economy in Southeast Europe.
2013-10-02Experts and businesspeople suggest that Albania, Kosovo, Montenegro and Macedonia merge markets.
2013-10-02The agreement is the first of its kind for Pristina. Also in business news: The IMF has approved a nearly 2 billion-euro standby loan to Romania.
Croatia's accession to the EU opened the market to energy providers and is leading to lower household bills.