Bosnia & Herzegovina

Western Balkan governments seek to guard against Agrokor fallout

Clare Nuttall in Bucharest May 23, 2017

Legislation adopted in Croatia and Slovenia while other governments mull steps to protect suppliers and avoid job losses.

"Yugonostalgia" still strong in Western Balkans

Akin Nazli in Belgrade May 18, 2017

Residents of Bosnia, Macedonia and Serbia most likely to think the breakup of Yugoslavia harmed their country, poll shows.

Bosnia’s average net wage up 1.4% y/y in March

Denitsa Koseva in Sofia May 16, 2017

Bosnia’s economic growth is likely to speed up in 2017, and wages are expected to increase further.

Bosnia faces dangerous year

Denitsa Koseva in Sofia May 15, 2017

Bosnia heads for Macedonia-style political crisis ahead of elections as politicians put self-interest before stability.

ArcelorMittal threatens to sue Bosnia over sale of Ljubija mine to Israeli rival

Denitsa Koseva in Sofia May 14, 2017

Global steelmaker to cancel planned investment and apply for international arbitration if Bosnia goes ahead with sale of Ljubija mine.


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Our look at which business leaders really matter in each CEE/CIS country, ranked by our correspondents not just on wealth but on influence.

Businesswomen seek a seat at the top table

Clare Nuttall in Bucharest May 11, 2017

The fall of communism has been followed by successive backlashes against feminism, the latest inspired by the election of populist rightwing governments.

Bosnian parliament misses chance to save IMF deal

Denitsa Koseva in Sofia May 11, 2017

Even the desperate need of Bosnia’s two entities to get cheap funding to patch their budgets didn't persuade politicians to put aside their disagreements.

CEE slowly warms up to energy efficiency

Carmen Valache in Lund May 10, 2017

Commercial banks have been slow to jump at the opportunity to finance small-scale energy efficiency projects because the return on investment for them tends to be low.

Eastern Europe counts cost of air pollution

Clare Nuttall in Bucharest and Valentina Dimitrievska in Skopje May 9, 2017

Cities in the Western Balkans have the worst air pollution in the continent, with Macedonia's Tetovo topping the list.

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