When Chinese deals turn sour

Clare Nuttall in Glasgow September 12, 2019

Tighter regulation and growing geopolitical tensions have caused a downturn in global Chinese outward FDI in the past two years. The Central and Eastern Europe region is no exception.

China’s Huawei mulls cooperation with Serbia on developing 5G network

bne IntelliNews August 21, 2019

Serbia’s Finance Minister Sinisa Mali discussed long-term cooperation with Huawei representatives, as part of Beijing's Belt and Road initiative.

Serbia the latest country to report African swine fever as global epidemic spreads in Eastern Europe

Clare Nuttall in Glasgow August 13, 2019

Serbia became the latest country to see its pigs fall victim to African swine fever (ASF) on August 12, when the Paris-based World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) announced four outbreaks in the Balkan country.

Kosovo bans entry of citizens with Serbian passports

bne IntelliNews August 8, 2019

Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic blames "chaotic political situation" in Pristina as relations deteriorate further.

ALACO DISPATCHES: Why Brussels is unnerved by China’s Balkan overtures

Yigal Chazan of Alaco July 23, 2019

Beijing sees the former Yugoslavia as a key element of its plan for greater access to European markets, but its investments in the region are a mixed blessing.