Coca-Cola to produce its first alcoholic drink

The Coca-Cola beverage company is set to launch its own brand of alcopop drinks in Japan. It will be the first alcoholic drink produced...

“Western Balkans could take up to 200 years to catch up with EU”

Western Balkans countries need to tackle their low productivity and speed up reforms, the EBRD said on Monday, warning it could otherwise take them...

US Federal Reserve rings alarm about America’s soaring debt

The US deficit stands at $20 trillion and will rise to $30 trillion in a decade. That should be a reason for concern, according...

Angry Birds game-maker hit by worst stock sell-off since going public

Shares in Rovio Entertainment, best known for creating the ‘Angry Birds’ franchise, have plummeted. The dive wiped more than a third off the company’s...

Bitcoin goes back above $10,000

Bitcoin exchange rate rose to $10,101, according to electronic cryptocurrency platform Coinmarketcap. Earlier, the bitcoin rate showed a sharp drop and fell to a...

US rejects ‘Communist Chinese’ takeover of Chicago Stock Exchange

The top US regulator of the financial markets has blocked the sale of the Chicago Stock Exchange (CHX) to a Chinese-led investor group due...

Soros accuses Facebook, Google of manipulation and deceit

Billionaire investor George Soros says social media companies, particularly Facebook and Google, are becoming “obstacles to innovation” as they have become too powerful and...

America on its way to $30 trillion debt by 2028

The mounting US debt is likely to grow by another $10 trillion in the next decade, according to estimates contained in the recent budget...

Russia looks to dump US dollar in settlements with Iran

Moscow and Tehran are continuing talks on using national currencies in trade, according to Russia’s Ambassador to Iran Levan Dzhagaryan. He told TASS that “central...

Turkish warships block Cypriot offshore drilling

Cyprus has accused Turkey of obstructing a drilling rig from reaching an exploration area in the east Mediterranean. The Italian energy firm Eni was...

Another massive US stock sell-off, global markets tumble

Asian and European markets are in turmoil after another significant drop in American stocks. The main US index, the Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered...

Germany and France call for global bitcoin clampdown

Joining the chorus of regulators calling for a crackdown on cryptocurrencies, the French and German finance ministers said digital tokens “could pose substantial risks...

Bitcoin sinking like a stone

Leading cryptocurrency bitcoin has lost 24 percent in the last 24 hours, plunging to $6,000 on Tuesday. Bitcoin has lost more than two-thirds of...

Gazprom wants bigger stake in pipeline company in Serbia

The board of directors of Russia's energy giant Gazprom will consider buying an additional stake in the company Juzni Tok Srbija (South Stream Serbia)...

Apple downgraded over slowing iPhone X demand

Wall Street researchers KeyBanc Capital Markets and Bernstein have lowered their ratings for Apple shares due to slowing iPhone sales. This week, the firm...

BMW, Audi, Daimler, Porsche Workers Begin Strike in Germany

The operation of the BMW, Daimler, Audi and Porsche car manufacturing plants has stalled in Germany over a round-the-clock warning strike organized by the...

Serbia ready to build Belgrade-Sarajevo highway

Deputy PM and Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlovic spoke on Friday with Turkish Ambassador to Serbia Tanju Bilgic. According to the Serbian...

Eurostat: EU’s total debt €12.5 trillion

The 28 member states of the European Union (EU) have a total debt burden of €12.5 trillion, which could be even bigger, according to...

Russia ramping up gold purchases at record pace

The Russian government has purchased two-thirds of all the gold mined in country, buying it from local banks to add to reserves as the...

New Belgrade tower “BC Usce” to get 104-meter twin

Ground will be broken this month for a 104-meter tower, located next to the BC Usce office building in New Belgrade, the daily Politika...

Bitcoin sell-off continues

The digital currency market is extending its losses, with all the major cryptocurrencies on a broad sell-off. Bitcoin is headed for its worst monthly...

Serbia and Turkey to sign new free trade agreement

A new bilateral free trade agreement will be signed by Serbia and Turkey on January 30, Beta is reporting. The deal will be inked by...

Bitcoin crashes below $10,000

The world’s most valuable cryptocurrency, bitcoin, has lost over half its value since it smashed the $20,000 barrier in mid-December. The price of the...

Bitcoin loses nearly half its value in crypto-market bloodbath

The cryptocurrency market has extended its losses, as major digital assets are trading 13 to 25 percent below previous day's prices. Digital-currency locomotive bitcoin...

Ljajic: Significant growth of trade with Turkey

Deputy PM and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic spoke on Sunday in Bursa with Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Hakan Cavusoglu. They discussed...

China to build industrial park in Belgrade’s Borca

Serbia and China will do everything to accelerate the start of construction of the Serbian-Chinese industrial park in Borca, a suburb of Belgrade. Minister of...

French Vinci gets concession for Belgrade airport

The French Vinci Airports corporation will manage Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport for the next 25 years. The government is counting on the concession boost...

World Bank downgrades Serbia’s GDP growth

In its January 2018 Global Economic Prospects report, the World Bank forecasts Serbia's GDP growth in 2018 to be three percent. The June 2017 report...

Iranian crisis could send oil to $100

Oil prices started the year on a high note as some geopolitical tension pushed aside bearish concerns. Both WTI and Brent opened above $60...

Serbs cover 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow – literally

Serbs who work in Russia have already marked the main sporting event in the world this year - the football World Cup 2018. In fact,...

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