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Standard&Poor’s says no change expected in Romania’s stable perspective rating over the next year

By   /  31/07/2015  /  Finance, Headlines, RO Finance, Romania  /  Comments Off on Standard&Poor’s says no change expected in Romania’s stable perspective rating over the next year

Bucharest, July 31, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Daniel Stroe The Standard&Poor’s (S&P) financial evaluation agency has currently a stable perspective for Romania and expects no change in the next 12 months in the country’s ratings, Aarti Sakhuja, a credit analyst with the agency told state news wire Agerpres in an interview. Romania could […]

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Tsipras: Extraordinary Congress or intraparty referendum

By   /  31/07/2015  /  GR Politics, Greece, Headlines, Politics  /  Comments Off on Tsipras: Extraordinary Congress or intraparty referendum

Athens, July 31, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Spiros Sideris The convening of an extraordinary Congress in September to answer how will the government and SYRIZA proceed after the intraparty rift, recommended the prime minister Alexis Tsipras in the CC of the party. If however, the intraparty opposition insists on its request for a […]

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The group of ’53’ inside SYRIZA calls for a unity Congress

By   /  31/07/2015  /  GR Politics, Greece, Headlines, Politics  /  Comments Off on The group of ’53’ inside SYRIZA calls for a unity Congress

Athens, July 31, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Spiros Sideris Congress for a strategic resetting and not a congress for “reckoning and division” calls the group of ’53’, in a statement. The 53+ speak of a strategic defeat of the government and SYRIZA as “our basic positions were proven false by reality itself, that […]

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Oettinger: The Grexit has left the table

By   /  31/07/2015  /  Finance, GR Finance, GR Politics, Greece, Headlines, Politics  /  Comments Off on Oettinger: The Grexit has left the table

Athens, July 31, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Spiros Sideris As a “new opportunity” views the negotiations to provide a third aid package to Greece the European Commissioner for Digital Economy & Society, Günther Oettinger, but warns against a reduction of the Greek debt. In an interview with the newspaper Hamburger Abendblatt, Oettinger said […]

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IMF for Greece: Debt restructuring first, money later

By   /  31/07/2015  /  Finance, GR Finance, Greece, Headlines  /  Comments Off on IMF for Greece: Debt restructuring first, money later

Athens, July 31, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Spiros Sideris The IMF will not give money to Greece if there is no debt restructuring. We said told them as such in Brussels, said a senior official of the Fund, who briefed journalists in Washington. Responding to a question of the representative of the newspaper […]

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IBNA Exclusive/Albanian PM talks about the maritime pact with Greece

By   /  30/07/2015  /  AL Energy, Albania, Energy, Headlines  /  Comments Off on IBNA Exclusive/Albanian PM talks about the maritime pact with Greece

Tirana, 30 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Edison Kurani Relations between Albania and Greece don’t seem to have relaxed as it was expected, following the visit of the Greek Foreign minister, Nikos Kotzias and the agreement for the division of sea borders is expected to be settled in the arbitrage. Albanian PM, Edi Rama […]

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Former minister Erion Veliaj takes the oath as the new mayor of Tirana

By   /  30/07/2015  /  AL Politics, Albania, Headlines, Politics  /  Comments Off on Former minister Erion Veliaj takes the oath as the new mayor of Tirana

Tirana, 30 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Edison Kurani Former minister of Social Welfare and Youth, Erion Veliaj, took his oath today in front of the Municipality Council of Tirana as the new mayor of the Albanian metropolis. Erion Veliaj held his first speech as mayor, where he expressed the need of cooperation between […]

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Russia’s economic woes cause 60 per cent slump in Bulgarian wine sales

By   /  30/07/2015  /  BG Business, Bulgaria, Business, Headlines  /  Comments Off on Russia’s economic woes cause 60 per cent slump in Bulgarian wine sales

Sofia, July 30, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Clive Leviev-Sawyer of The Sofia Globe Bulgarian wine sales have fallen by 60 per cent because of the political and economic situation in Russia, a leading market for Bulgarian wines, according to National Vine and Wine Chamber head Radoslav Radev. Radev, who was at the opening […]

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Albania backs the integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina and demands Kosovo’s recognition

By   /  30/07/2015  /  AL Politics, Albania, Headlines, Politics  /  Comments Off on Albania backs the integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina and demands Kosovo’s recognition

Tirana, 30 July 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency Albania fully supports the Euro Atlantic integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina and says that the German-British incentive and the entry into force of the Stabilization and Association Agreement are important steps to bring Bosnia and Herzegovina closer to the EU. At the same time, Tirana demands to Sarajevo […]

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Demonstrations against Labor law changes in Sarajevo

By   /  30/07/2015  /  BA Social, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Headlines, Social  /  Comments Off on Demonstrations against Labor law changes in Sarajevo

Sarajevo, July 30, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Mladen Dragojlovic Several thousands of workers and citizens from Federation BiH gathered on Thursday morning in the front of this BiH entity Parliament building to express their opposition to proposed changes in the Labor law. As time passed, the protest became more violent and several time […]

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