Archive for May, 2013

  • What lies ahead for Greece’s economy
    May 30, 2013, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    Greece’s Central Bank expects the country’s economy to shrink by 4.6 per cent in 2013, a report released on May 29 2013 shows. The good news is that the report, […]

  • Austria out front as EU zeroes in on tax evasion
    May 30, 2013, by Niklas Jakobsson of The Budapest Times

    The European Union’s efforts to combat tax evasion took a small step forward on Wednesday as Austria agreed in principle at a summit of EU leaders in Brussels to eventually […]

  • Europe hands six nations a deficit reprieve
    May 30, 2013, by VOANews

    Europe is giving six of its financially struggling countries, including the major economies in France and Spain, more time to control the deficit spending of their governments. Austerity – calling […]

  • UN war crimes court convicts six Bosnian Croats
    May 30, 2013, by VOANews

    The U.N. war crimes court has convicted six Bosnian-Croat political and military leaders on charges of murder, rape and the expulsion of Muslims from Bosnia during the breakup of Yugoslavia […]

  • Bulgarian Parliament votes Oresharski cabinet into power
    May 29, 2013, by The Sofia Globe staff

    With the votes of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) and the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF), Bulgaria’s 42nd National Assembly voted the socialist-nominated Plamen Oresharski cabinet into power on […]