Court ruling blocks A2A's plans to exercise put option to exit its 41.7% stake in Montenegrin power monopoly.
Latest data is in line with the government’s 2015-2018 macroeconomic projections, according to which the employment level was expected to rise by 0.6% per year, while the unemployment rate was forecast to decline.
Tourist arrivals were up across the board in Southeast Europe in May, hinting at a repeat of last year's strong performance.
Croatia's second city Split threatened by fires, as Montenegro is forced to evacuate Lustica peninsular.
Just 40% of Serbians believe their country will benefit from EU accession, compared to 84% of Kosovans and 80% of Albanians.
Fund’s Europe head warns rapid outflows of skilled workers, ageing workforce and political turmoil are adding to dilemma.
Plan envisages greater trade integration and mobility across the region, but falls short of the customs union discussed by regional leaders in March.
Lithuania leads the population decline in the Baltic states and Southeast Europe, as overall EU population makes modest increase.
Its huge cost in comparison to Montenegro’s tiny economy has caused the Bar-Boljare motorway to ring alarm bells among international financial institutions and rating agencies.
Chinese investments in Central and Southeast Europe are on an upward trend that is expected to accelerate as investors shift their attention towards the region.
Fuel sales increased by 19.9% y/y in May while sales of food, drinks and tobacco fell 11.4% y/y in Montenegro