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    • 14:23
    • 13 Oct

    Romania: around 24 people left country every hour in 2017

    Emigration trend continues, most of those who left were young
    • 17:41
    • 12 Oct

    Romania: 43 million euros against the African Swine Fever

    Minister, spreading of virus is stopping
    • 14:26
    • 12 Oct

    EU backs 1.5mln deal with Sparkasse for Macedonia's startups

    Bank guarantees up to 25,000 euros to help entrepreneurs
    • 17:51
    • 11 Oct

    Automotive: BMW expanding in China also for electric cars

    Planned investment of more than 3 billion euros
    • 17:46
    • 11 Oct

    Bulgaria: 400,000 “working poor” in the country

    According to Eurostat 11.4% employed at risk of poverty
    • 15:31
    • 10 Oct

    Hungary: IMF raises GDP forecast to 4% in 2018

    Still below the 4.3% estimated by the government
    • 13:15
    • 09 Oct

    Bosnia: EU, additional funds for flood prevention

    Balkan country was severely hit by floods in 2014
    • 12:48
    • 09 Oct

    Bulgaria: Finance ministry cuts growth projections

    GDP will grow 3.6% instead of 3.9% previously estimated
    • 12:08
    • 09 Oct

    Germany: exports growing in August by 2.2%

    Commercial surplus rising at 18.3 billion euros
    • 21:02
    • 08 Oct

    Czech Republic: unemployment rate under 3 percent

    The lowest level in 22 years. Rate at 2.1 percent in Prague
    • 18:23
    • 08 Oct

    EU mission to the W.Balkans to speed up roaming charges cuts

    Commissioner for Digital Gabriel in Montenegro-Kosovo till 10/12
    • 12:46
    • 08 Oct

    Germany: drop in manufacturing industry, 3rd month in a row

    Down 0.3% in August, forecasts for a rise contradicted
    • 16:28
    • 05 Oct

    House: in Slovenia strongest increase in prices in the EU

    Indexes up also in Hungary and Latvia year-on-year
    • 12:16
    • 05 Oct

    Germany: industrial orders up in August, +2%

    Strong foreign demand, but -2.1% compared to one year ago
    • 19:03
    • 04 Oct

    Balkans: World Bank, growth up in 2018 but still fragile

    Public investment boosts economies, reforms needed
    • 10:14
    • 04 Oct

    Serbia: Lidl opening 16 stores in 12 cities

    1,500 employees by now, more openings in the near future