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The Economic Momentum of Western Balkan Countries

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The EU decided last month not to open membership talks with Albania and North Macedonia just yet and a broader discussion on the future of the EU is ongoing. But there is positive economic momentum in the Western Balkans, with more foreign investment coming in, and it needs to be

South Eastern Europe Economy in Focus

When leaders of the EU’s current 28 members gathered last month to discuss membership applications from Albania and North Macedonia, there was optimism that the accession process would be given a green light. But a small group of countries, led by France, objected to starting detailed talks with the Western

Western Balkans Summit Poznan 2019 held

estern Balkans Summit 2019: Poland welcomed the Heads of Government of the Berlin Process participants, as well as representatives of the European Institutions, International Financial Institutions, OECD, the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC), and the Regional Youth Cooperation Office. poznan wb summit 2019 west western balkans see

estern Balkans Summit 2019: Poland welcomed the Heads of Government of the Berlin Process participants, as well as representatives of the European Institutions, International Financial Institutions, OECD, the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC), and the Regional Youth Cooperation Office. The Poznan Summit builds on the previous Berlin, Vienna, Paris, Trieste and London

Roaming Fees dropped in the South-Eastern Europe

Starting 1.7.2019, citizens and businesses in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Kosovo* and Serbia will pay less while using their mobile phones when they are roaming within the region. Consumers will see a substantial reduction of their roaming charges within the region, with calls becoming up to eight times

Priorities for the future of the WB6 – Western Balkans Six

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estern Balkan Six (WB6) comprise Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo* and Republic of Macedonia, with a total population of about 18 million and a GDP of approximately €80 billion. While the region had seen above EU average growth rates of 5.3% in the early 2000s, today these economies show

2018 Doing Business: Montenegro (42) advances nine places

n the new World Bank Doing Business report for June 2016 – June 2017, Montenegro is ranked 42nd on the lost of 190 ranked countries, and thus, in comparison with last year's revised Report, made progress for 9 seats. Pursuant to the Report, published for the fifteenth time, Montenegro recorded a

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