Serbian leaders arrived in Brussels on January 21 2014 for the start of the country’s European Union accession talks, but while there were words of welcome and optimism, it also […]
There were record floods, changes of government, protests – lots of those – and the European Union got larger by one member. Croatia voted against ...
Strong exports supported growth in Bulgaria but still weak domestic demand is likely to keep Bulgaria’s economic growth rate below the average for t ...
The United Nations Security Council voted on December 18 2013 to extend the terms of office of judges at the United Nations tribunal set up to deal wi ...
Meeting in Sofia on October 14, Croatian president Ivo Josipović and his Bulgarian host, head of state Rossen Plevneliev, said that the two countries would encourage their private sectors to […]
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said Croatia’s economy will shrink 0.6 per cent in 2013, but that it could go up 1.5 per cent in 2014, according to the […]
Croatian railway company HZ Cargo is to be sold to Romanian investor Grup Feroviar Roman. The initial agreements have now started and it is expected that the negotiations will go […]
Grampet Group, a Romanian company, has come out winner in the bidding process for the sale of 75 per cent of the shares of the Croatian state freight railway operator […]
Fighting corruption and organized crime were identified as key target areas as Croatia prepared to join the European Union. However, following the country’s EU entry July 1, critics claim standards […]
After Slovenian company GEN-I won a tender in June to supply the Croatian public administration with electricity, now the Croatian rivals, company HEP has started to reduce prices, too. Now, […]