Serbia: Real GDP growth in third quarter amounted to 2.1 pct

Real GDP growth in the third quarter of 2017 in Serbia reached 2.1 percent compared to the previous year, the Statistical Office has said.According...

Bitcoin drops $2,000

Bitcoin and other digital currencies have failed to stay at record highs on Thursday. The market has seen a correction with digital coins falling...

Bitcoin Hits New High of $11,000

The online money continues to break records: a mere day after reaching $10,000 per Bitcoin, the most popular and expensive cryptocurrency in the world...

Serbian Government passes Bill on Budget 2018

The government has adopted the Bill on the Budget for 2018 with planned revenues in the amount of RSD 1,178 billion and expenditures RSD...

Ljajic: Serbia belongs in WTO but GMO ban is obstacle to membership

Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic said on Tuesday that Serbia belongs in the World Trade Organization (WTO).But he was not specific...

Works begin on Belgrade-Budapest high-speed rail line

Works to modernize and reconstruct the Belgrade-Budapest rail line started on Tuesday on the 34.5km stretch between Belgrade and Stara Pazova.The job, worth USD...

BRICS consider setting up gold trading system

Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) are discussing the possibility of establishing a separate gold trading system, according to the First Deputy...

Bitcoin breaks $9,000 barrier

The world's most valuable digital currency has smashed another all-time high. Bitcoin has surpassed the $9,000 level on Sunday on growing signs of mainstream...

H&M Hypocrisy: Fake Charity, Incinerated Clothes, ‘Green’ Campaign

The trendy Swedish clothing retailer H&M is in trouble over false claims of donating goods to charities. The company was also found burning tons...

China’s Tencent overtakes Facebook as world’s biggest social network

Chinese tech giant Tencent’s mega-rally has turned it into the world’s fifth-largest company and the first Asian firm to enter the half trillion dollar...

Bitcoin smashes new all-time high

The world's most popular cryptocurrency has surpassed $8,200 on Monday, setting another record high. Bitcoin is up almost 850 percent this year.November has been...

Euro crashes with Merkel’s fourth term as chancellor in doubt

The European currency plunged to a two-month low against the yen on news that in Germany the pro-business Free Democrats (FDP) have pulled out...

Oil prices could double if Middle East conflict escalates

Barrel traders recently pushed the price of West Texas Intermediate (WTI) oil above $55; the first time in over two years.Scarcity doesn’t really justify...

Russia restructures Venezuela’s debt

Moscow and Caracas have signed an agreement to restructure the Latin American country’s $3 billion debt to Russia. The new schedule extends repayments for...

Turks follow Erdogan’s call to get rid of dollars & buy gold

The latest World Gold Council report shows Turkey has sharply ramped up gold buying with both the central bank and ordinary people joining the...

George Soros dumps Apple & Facebook

US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings show the George Soros' investment fund has disposed of its holdings in Apple and Snap in the...

Germany Considers Abolishing Eight-Hour Working Day

An advisory body to the German government has recommended that Berlin loosen the country's employment law, allowing companies to ask employees to work more...

Bitcoin dropped below $6,300

The world's most popular cryptocurrency bitcoin dropped below $6,300 on Sunday, losing more than a fifth of its value since hitting an all-time high...

China to fund stretch of Belgrade-South Adriatic highway

The government adopted on Thursday the conclusion on the adoption of a commercial agreement to design and build the E-763 road - the Preljina-Pozega...

EC: Serbian economy will slow down

The European Commission (EC) on Thursday revised downwards its 2017 growth forecast for Serbia because of the impact of adverse weather conditions.But the underlying...

Bitcoin price crashes over $1,000

The world's most popular cryptocurrency bitcoin dropped below $7,000 on Friday, having fallen by well over $1,000 since hitting an all-time high set earlier...

Bitcoin jumps over $7,000 barrier

The world's most popular digital currency is on a record-breaking marathon. Bitcoin has again attained a new record, jumping over the US$7,000 barrier.The cryptocurrency...

Air Serbia to start flying directly to Toronto – report

Air Serbia's next direct intercontinental route will be to Canada, the daily Vecernje Novosti writes.The newspaper cited sources from the Serbian government who said...

Serbian Government sells its stake in Galenika

Serbian Minister of Economy Goran Knezevic and a representative of the pharmaceuticals company Aelius, Jorge Costa Da Silva, on Thursday signedA contract on the...

Brnabic expects public debt to drop to 62-63 percent of GDP

Ana Brnabic says Serbia's public debt amounted to 65.4 percent of GDP at the end of September, and is expected to drop to 62-...

Brent crude trading above $60 per barrel for the first time in more than...

Brent crude is trading above $60 per barrel for the first time in more than two years. Investors have remained bullish after news the...

Planes to run on vegetable oil and animal fat?

Jets in Europe will soon run on eco-fuel produced from vegetable oil and animal fat. The new fuel will be mixed with traditional kerosene.As...

Saudi Arabia eyes uranium extraction for nuclear program

Saudi Arabia has unveiled plans to start procuring uranium in the kingdom as part of its developing nuclear program. A high-ranking Saudi official termed...

Serbian central bank, IMF start talks on 8th review of SBA

Official discussions between representatives of Serbia and an International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission have started with a plenary meeting.The National Bank of Serbia (NBS),...

Belgrade accuses Pristina of violating trade agreement

The Serbian government on Friday demanded from Pristina to abolish the so-called import duty on flour transported from Serbia to Kosovo and Metohija.The Serbian...

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