Trade agreement delayed + Growth target + Salaries + Trepca + …

PRISHTINA / PRISTINA ++ Exporters from Kosovo will have to wait a few months more in order to be able to export their goods in the EU markets. The regaining of preferential trade with EU will allow goods from Kosovo to be sold in the European markets without tariffs. … ++ EU Power Struggle Leaves Kosovo Outside Free Market: Internal battle between different European Union bodies has delayed renewal of a vital trade agreement with Kosovo, dealing a fresh blow to the country’s stricken economy … ++ Kosovo Requires “Miracle” to Meet Growth Target: Economic experts warn Kosovo is on track to miss its economic growth target of 6.1 per cent because, three months into the year, the annual budget has not yet been approved and, as a result, little public investment has yet been made. ++ IMF ON SALARIES: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) insists that the salaries in the public sector in Kosovo should not increase as the Government of Kosovo promised … ++ TREPCA PRIVATIZATION: Former Minister of Energy and Mining, Justina Shiroka-Pula, said that the Assembly Committee on Energy and Mining has “blocked” the Strategy and the Plan for Trepca because of the pressure from the international community … ++

Advertisements

Filed under: Economy

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

RSS Kosovo News

RSS Kosovo News Topix

  • Kosovo indicts four for 2004 killing of two UN policemen 21/07/2017
    PRISTINA: An international prosecutor serving under the EU justice mission filed indictments on Friday against four Kosovars over their suspected involvement in the 2004 killing of two U.N. police officers. The policemen, who were on patrol in a U.N.-marked vehicle, were killed in an ambush in a village north of Pristina in March 2004.
  • Kosovo indicts four for 2004 killing of two U.N. policemen 21/07/2017
    An international prosecutor serving under the EU justice mission filed indictments on Friday against four Kosovars over their suspected involvement in the 2004 killing of two U.N. police officers. The policemen, who were on patrol in a U.N.-marked vehicle, were killed in an ambush in a village north of Pristina in March 2004.
  • Abdul Bashiru ready to give his best for new side Pristina FK 21/07/2017
    Former Dreams FC skipper Abdul Bashiru says he will give his best to Kosovo side Pristina FK after completing a move to the club on Tuesday. The highly rated left back has already commenced training with the Vala Super League side after signing a two-year contract from Ghanaian outfit Dreams FC "I came to Pristina to work hard for both myself and the cl […]
  • Sexual education app for smart phones designed to reach young Kosovars 20/07/2017
    Dea Rexhepi was raised in a family that openly discussed everything, including sexual topics. She never hesitated when it came to asking questions about her body and mental health.
  • Kosovo President Invites Political Leaders to Discuss Forming New Institutions 19/07/2017
    Kosovo President, Hashim Thaci , has invited representatives of political parties to a consultative meeting which will be held on 24 July, reported. The news has been confirmed by Thaci's political advisor, Ardian Arifaj.

RSS EU Kosovo

RSS Balkan News