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Serbian government to sell its shares in 600 companies

The Serbian government is preparing a tender for selling part of its shares in around 600 companies, which are still state-owned by more than 50%

Slovenia deficit hits 3.4% in the first-quarter

This year the deficit is expected to remain at 3.2% of GDP, before dropping further to 2.4% in 2015

Bulgarian government resigns

President Rossen Plevneliev will appoint an interim government which will prepare for the early elections scheduled for October 5

Lithuania to adopt Euro in 2015, EU gives final approval

Lithuania will become the 19th EU Member to have adopted the Euro. Slovakia joined in 2009, followed by Estonia in 2011 e Latvia in 2014.

EBRD to freeze new investment projects in Russia

Their guidance follows a declaration by last week's European Council which called on the EU member states to coordinate their positions within the Bank's Board. The EBRD management will be guided by this in its operational approach in Russia.

Analysis

SMC party likely winner at Slovenia elections

Early elections after fall of Bratusek government
Redipuglia, silent cemetery for 100,000

World War I: Redipuglia, silent cemetery for 100,000

History of the memorial, concert venue for the Peace centenary

Balkans,lower democracy 'cause dysfunctional governments

Freedom House gave Central Eastern Europe some report cards

Mogherini in Serbia calls for progress in reforms

In interview to Politika. Integration priority of EU presidency

Mogherini, without reforms EU integration will be difficult

Interview with Oslobodjenie, the EU awaits signals from Sarajevo

Mogherini urges Bosnia to act on reforms

'More transparency, rule of law, less complex administration'

Serbian government to sell its shares in 600 companies

Privatization facilitated by new laws due in September

Croatia unemployment below 18%, first time in 2 years

Country is ranked 3rd in the EU for jobsearch rate

Slovenia first exporter Krka see earnings grow

Pharmaceutical company wins the market in Eastern Europe

Romania demands more than 520 million euros to Enel

For failure to comply with contract during privatization

In Poland the most polluting power station in the EU

According to a report issued by Climate Action and Wwf

Romania, Eur 22,4 million for energy efficiency

Programme worth 136,5 million aims at reducing heating costs

Aegean Airlines 'interested' in Cyprus Airways

The Cypriot national carrier is up for sale

Ship fired first shots of WWI, now abandoned on the Danube

"Bodrog" beached on the shore in the outskirts of Belgrade

Shakhtar Donetsk to missing players, come back to Ukraine

"Nothing to fear". Six of them did not come back after match

Croatia approves law on civil unions

Gay couples: all the rights of marriage except adoption

New European Consortium for research infrastructure

Headquarters at Electra Synchrotron Trieste

CEI scientific mobility programme CERES concluded

30researchers from Central, Eastern Europe hosted at Trieste hub

Research,Western Balkans and Moldova sign up to Horizon 2020

Geoghegan-Quinn, new opportunities for jobs and growth