The owner of N1, one of the few remaining mainstream independent media outlets in the Balkan country, has documented numerous incidents of hate speech and threats of violence against its journalists.
EU accession candidates Serbia and North Macedonia see largest increase in FDI inflows in Western Balkans — but investments in the region are vulnerable to political instability, says new report from wiiw.
Average citizen loses 1.3 years as a result of air pollution, finds UN Environment study, but governments are still pressing ahead with plans to build new coal-fired power stations.
Hungary’s OTP in, Greek banks out, and a new crop of privatisations coming up in Serbia and Slovenia.
Damages to Serbian companies amounted to €1mn a day since the punitive 100% tariffs were imposed by Pristina last November, minister says.
Serbia has a positive near-term outlook after growth rebounded to a 10-year high in 2018, but deep reforms are needed to create a solid basis for future growth.