Economy & Business

Miroljub Labus
6 February 2006
Too Much Yugoslavia or too Little EU? Premium
The EU’s proposals for a free trade area in the Western Balkans don’t go far enough, Serbia’s deputy prime minister says.
By Aleksandar Mitic
Enter Slovenia
6 February 2006
Enter Slovenia Premium
Slovenia wants to be the first new EU member to introduce the common European currency.
By Ales Gaube
saakashvili and putin
25 January 2006
At a Flash Point Premium
This weekend's explosions at two Russian pipelines have left Georgia in the cold and even more suspicious of its neighbor to the north. From Eurasianet.
By Diana Petriashvili
High Tatras
23 January 2006
Rising from the Ashes Premium
More than a year after wind and fire mauled the High Tatra mountains, the Slovak government has agreed to let nature regenerate the forests.
By Maria Husova
Bogoljub Karic
23 January 2006
Taking the Mob out of Mobtel? Premium
Serbia’s most prominent tycoons are under investigation for fraud and tax evasion on a gigantic scale, but is the crackdown politically motivated?
By Igor Jovanovic
oil pipeline
19 January 2006
Playing the Field
Russia and Kazakhstan have built a stable energy relationship, but lately Kazakhstan has begun to eye different partners. From Eurasianet.
By Sergei Blagov
12 January 2006
Out of the Pits Premium
By the end of 2006, another 13,000 Jiu Valley miners will have lost their jobs. For most of them, life out of the pits has been hard.
By Cristinela Ionescu



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