Economy & Business

18 April 2006
Toward the EU, Come What May Premium
The Montenegrin European integration minister says EU membership will remain the country’s goal regardless of the outcome of the referendum on independence.
By Aida Ramusovic
 
12 April 2006
The Cost of Entry Premium
If Romania wants the doors of the European Union to open on 1 January, it must invest billions of euros in environmental protection. But many are skeptical that the country will do it.
By Elena Stan
 
10 April 2006
Grand Designs
Kazakh leaders are betting that oil, gas, and relative political stability will propel their country into dynamic growth. From EurasiaNet.
By Mevlut Katik
 
Bosnian passport
6 April 2006
Open Schengen Premium
The EU wants to “facilitate” the process of obtaining Schengen visas for citizens of southeastern Europe. But how serious is Brussels?
By Aleksandar Mitic
 
In the details
3 April 2006
Damned Statistics Premium
The World Bank declares Serbia to be the fastest-reforming economy in Eastern Europe. Ordinary Serbs know better, and a look at the numbers reveals why.
By Ivan Jankovic
 
29 March 2006
Shutting off the Gas
Russia is working to block efforts by some Central Asian countries to gain more direct access to Western energy markets. From EurasiaNet.
By Sergei Blagov
 

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