Croatian agriculture ministry will repeal a decree increasing inspection fees for imports of fruits and vegetables from non-EU countries aimed at protecting local farmers.
Bosnia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia agree to take measures to protect their interests after Croatia hikes customs duties on imports from non-EU states to protect its farmers.
Southeast Europe is seeing an explosion in hydropower investment, but inadequate regulation and oversight of the sector are raising concerns about the environmental impact and whether these investments are sustainable.
Lucifer heatwave that brought scorching temperatures across Southeast Europe highlighted infrastructure shortcomings, while drought takes its toll on agriculture along the Adriatic coast.
Exporters from non-EU members on Croatia's borders hit by high import duties and new sanitary tests as Zagreb seeks to protect local farmers.
Belgrade is working to attract foreign investors in a bid to boost industrial production and bring down unemployment.
Global mining group signs memorandum with Belgrade on project to develop world-class deposits of lithium-borate in Serbia’s Loznica, as growing use of electric cars pushes up demand for lithium.