Mercantilism is also replacing globalisation, and the US has a declining interest in European affairs.
Dealmaking in Central Europe is set to rebound, says law firm's long-standing Prague managing partner, as new kinds of investor move into the region.
Opposition MPs interrupted President Aleksandar Vucic’s speech chanting "Treason" and "We don't give up Kosovo”.
New pipeline with capacity of up to 1.8 bcm a year will help increase energy security and diversify gas supplies in the region.
The Austrian lender, which has become more and more reliant on its Russian business over the years, is still rethinking its presence in the country.
Friendshoring has replaced nearshoring after the invasion of Ukraine, benefiting Western-aligned states but causing a shift away from Serbia.
wiiw believes that most countries of the region have “probably already digested” most of the economic shock caused by the Ukraine war, provided Russia does not escalate the conflict further.
BioSense plans to employ 250 scientists at the centre in the biotechnology and nanotechnology fields.
The weak macroeconomic backdrop and the spectre of possible recession are likely to stifle M&A in the coming months, according to the annual CMS/Emis Emerging Europe M&A Report.
Benefiting from its geographic proximity and historic ties, Italy is already one of the top investors and trading partners of the Western Balkan countries.
65% of Serbians believe the reforms needed for EU accession should be carried out, but just 43% actually want Serbia to join the bloc, a new survey shows.
Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says future decisions to be based on Serbia's "political and economic interests" as pressure to align with EU policy grows.
The countries on Nato’s eastern flank believe they are now leading the debate on how to confront the Kremlin, as demonstrated by the row over supplying modern battle tanks to Ukraine.
Serbia's refusal to sanction Russia caused a shift of opinion in Ukraine, which currently does not recognise Kosovo's independence.
Serbia’s population is forecast to drop by 55% by 2100 due to the low birth rate and mass emigration.
Aleksandar Vucic prepares Serbia for compromise solution with Kosovo, warning its EU integration process will stop if it doesn't accept the French-German proposal on solving the dispute.
More than 10,000 cubic metres of waste including packaging, trees and discarded refrigerators cover sections of the Drina.
After "very difficult" talks Aleksandar Vucic hints an agreement on the normalisation of Belgrade’s strained relations with Kosovo is possible, but admits to reservations on “one important issue”.
Activists accuse paramilitary organisation of illegally recruiting Serbians to join the war in Ukraine in complains that target Russian ambassador and head of Serbian security agency.
Sovereigns move quickly to tap international capital as they anticipate rising yields later in 2023.