Will Montenegro's incoming PES-led government have more staying power than those led by other young EU-oriented reformers in Southeast Europe?
Ananas.rs, a pioneer in the Serbian e-commerce arena, has embarked on its regional expansion, with the debut of Ananas.mk as the initial step.
Commission puts forward investment package totalling €6mn, comprising €2bn in grants and €4bn in loans.
Skopje named top European city for digital nomads, while fellow Southeast European capitals dominate top of ranking.
The wiiw has cut its growth forecasts for Central Europe, while raising them for the Western Balkans, Turkey, Ukraine and the Commonwealth of Independent States.
Chinese FDI is not likely to recover to its previous levels in CESEE, yet that masks the niche profile that Beijing is carving out for itself in the region.
To enable enlargement of the bloc from the current 27 members, changes to decision-making processes, agricultural policies and regional aid budgets are being considered.
PPI declined in annual terms for the second month in a row after more than a year of increases.
Europe faces a “severe public health crisis” with dangerous levels of pollution across the continent, according to an investigation by the Guardian newspaper.
Money raised to be used by Energy Efficiency Fund to finance projects focused on environmental protection.
High gas prices, China slowdown and shifts in industrial production contribute to slower growth in Central Europe.
World Bank study shows lost potential in Western Balkan countries from discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
Storm Daniel wiped out a quarter of Greece’s annual farming production, as a result of deadly flash flooding that submerged fields and drowned livestock.
VMRO-DPMNE leader claims government officials in contact with party’s disgraced ex-head Nikola Gruevski in an attempt to split the opposition and pass changes needed to unblock EU talks.
Greek concessionaire picked for €1bn Cebren HPP project, first planned back in 1964.
Ursula von der Leyen says “history is calling” to expand the EU, but reforms are needed.
Leaders of Slovenia, Croatia and the six Western Balkans countries will commit to reforms to improve the prospects for the Western Balkan states to join the EU by 2030.
When European Council President Charles Michel said the EU and aspiring members should prepare for enlargement by 2030, the response from the Western Balkans was underwhelming.
Reports cancer patients at Skopje clinic were given diluted cytostatics while expensive medicines were diverted to the black market.