Anti-Vucic protesters join those still seeking justice for midnight demolitions in historic Belgrade neighbourhood.
Joint taskforce to monitor impact of debt crisis at Croatian conglomerate and mitigate impact on local economies.
Thousands have protested daily since Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic’s presidential election victory.
Unemployment rate for the region still highest in Europe, hovering around 22% in 2016.
The Croatian food and retail group could not compete with the cheaper financing costs and higher efficiency of its new West European competitors.
Several thousand mostly student protesters take to the streets in Belgrade, with smaller protests in other cities.
Banks are having to pedal twice as hard just to keep momentum, but innovative players are developing new tailored solutions and products to meet the needs of clients.
Decade-long "downward spiral" across Western Balkans follows stalled EU accession and neglect of democratic processes by international actors.
Vucic will continue to determine government policy and lead Serbia’s EU accession negotiations despite move to presidency.
Expanding economy and rising regional tensions boost support for Vucic, while fragmented opposition fails to win voters over.
Satirist Beli mocks all politicians and exposes weakness of opposition challenge to Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic.
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