Economy & Business

19 December 2005
The Price of Power
Many Macedonians fear that the impending privatization of the state electricity company will hurt the ordinary consumer.
By Biljana Stavrova
5 December 2005
Paying for Oil Premium
Two brief strikes by oil workers threaten to raise social tensions in oil-dependent Azerbaijan. From EurasiaNet.
By Rovshan Ismayilov
28 November 2005
A Flat Economy? Premium
Thousands of Slovenes turn out in protest against the government’s economic reform plans.
By Ales Gaube
7 November 2005
Not Argentina
The Romanian government rejects the IMF’s demands, raising fears the move may affect the country’s EU bid.
By Razvan Amariei
7 November 2005
The Serbian government finds itself in a no-win situation over a standby agreement with the IMF.
By Igor Jovanovic
7 November 2005
Time to Open the Waiting Room’s Door? Premium
Skopje is optimistic as it waits to hear whether the European Commission believes it is ready to become a candidate for accession.
By Biljana Stavrova and Robert Alagjozovski


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