€215mn loans for Serbia's 158 MW Čibuk wind farm to help harness wind energy in a region still heavily reliant on coal power.
Two thirds of the new technology companies in the Central and Eastern Europe in the latest Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Central Europe were new entrants to the list, which highlights “the speed our top-performing young companies are developing”.
Inflation in Serbia is expected to accelerate further after in 2016 consumer prices rose by an average of 1.2% from 2015.
Turkish president greeted with promises of the region’s best investment conditions, a serenade from Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic and a hero’s welcome in the majority Muslim Sandzak region.
Former presidential candidate Sara Jankovic's PSG and unions representing police and military workers held rival protests in Belgrade, stepping up the pressure on the authorities ahead of the city council elections.
Belgrade is trying to attract export-oriented FDI in a bid to boost GDP growth.
More than 300 media outlets and NGOs join action by publishing black pages in their print editions or websites, in protest against closure of weekly magazine Vranjske.
Tightening labour markets are undermining the investment case for Central Europe, but its labour productivity and infrastructure still give it an advantage.
Serbian-Australian Dragan Vasiljkovic given 15-year sentence for war crimes committed against Croat soldiers and civilians as Serbian defence minister claims ruling was "driven by revenge".
Average salaries in Serbia are likely to keep rising since the government says the budget will end 2017 in surplus, allowing for an increase in public sector wages and pensions.
If the Freedom Party enters government after the election, convergence with populists in the Visegrad Group may increase, but the big parties will prevent any major shift.