Foreigners bought €169.99mn of property in the tiny Adriatic country in 2019.
Montenegro became the first Western Balkan state to legally recognise same-sex couples. PM Dusko Markovic says "no room for discrimination based on sexual orientation in a European Montenegro".
Progress towards EU accession lifted sentiment, but businesspeople still see corruption as one of their biggest problems.
Levels of sulphur dioxide emitted by power plants in the EU-aspiring region exceed pollution limits by almost six times, finds a new report from Bankwatch.
Several countries in emerging Europe have re-imposed lockdowns and border restrictions to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus after reporting spikes in new infections.
Hundreds of thousands of people are now on the move in Central and Southeast Europe as travel restrictions imposed to contain the novel coronavirus are eased.
Already struggling financially, Montenegro's flag carrier is now a victim of the political standoff between Belgrade and Podgorica.