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Threat to Quit CEFTA Stirs Debate in Kosovo

Analysis 06 Nov 172017-11-08 16:42:23 As Kosovo’s government mulls withdrawing from CEFTA, citing its unequal treatment, economists warn that a…

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Moldovans Send Home More Euros than Rubles

  Illustration. Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Andreas Schwarzkopf Moldovans who leave their country to work abroad have been choosing the European Union…

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Romania to Adopt Fiscal Changes Despite Opposition

  Romanian Social Democrat-led cabinet during its weekly meeting. Photo: gov.ro Romania’s Social Democratic Party (PSD)-led government is set to…

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Resistance Grows in Albania to Rama’s Tax Reforms

  Analysis 08 Nov 172017-11-28 13:49:24 Controversial reforms designed to curb the grey economy by forcing small firms to pay…

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Pension Reform Plan Encounters Opposition in Croatia

  Illustration. Photo: Pixabay/Zstupar As Croatia’s government announces stricter rules for the state’s ailing pension system, both pensioners groups and…

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Romania Bank Chief Warns of High Trade Deficit

  Romania Central Bank Governor Mugur Isarescu. Photo: IMF/Flikr Romania’s Central Bank chief Mugur Isarescu on Thursday sounded a cautionary…

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Serbia’s IMF Arrangement Ends on High Note

Analysis 20 Nov 17 2017-11-21 14:03:31 Belgrade’s 1.2 billion euro Stand-By Arrangement with the IMF is slowly coming to its…

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Bulgaria’s Arms Exports Reach Record High in 2016

Photo: Evan Burr/Flickr Bulgaria’s arms exports reached unprecedented volumes in 2016, with the total value of the deals surpassing one…

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Serbia’s Economic Slowdown Alarms Experts

Analysis 25 Sep 172017-09-27 08:47:36 Serbia’s economic growth has slowed down this year, statistics show – and independent experts dispute…

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Albania Unions Demand Hike in Minimum Wage

  KSSH during a protest in Tirana. Photo: kssh.org Albania’s Confederation of Trade Unions, KSSH, is pressuring the government to…

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