Bosnia Economy

MICROCAPITAL BRIEF: EBRD lends $ 2.4 million to ProCredit Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina for energy efficiency, homeowners eligible for EU grants

[ad_1] the The UK-based European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) recently announced that it is loaning € 2 million ($ 2.37 million) to ProCredit Bank Bosnia and Herzegovina (PCB BiH) for retrocede “residential investments in insulation, windows and heat pumps.” , solar panels and other improvements ”that reduce energy …

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The devil is in the detail – EURACTIV.com

[ad_1] The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, through on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. Before starting to read today’s edition of Les Capitales, do not hesitate to consult the article “Reform of the European Medicines Agency: where are the …

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Montenegro disbursed $ 1 billion for China

[ad_1] © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline Logo Perched atop huge cement pillars that dominate Montenegro’s scenic Moraca River canyon, sits an incomplete highway that threatens to ruin the tiny nation of the Balkans. China Road and Bridge Corporation, the state-owned company that is building the bridge with imported Chinese …

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Bilateral relations between Egypt and BiH discussed in Sarajevo

[ad_1] Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs for European Affairs Amb. Badr Abdel Atti held a series of meetings with senior officials and parliamentarians during his visit to Sarajevo coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. The meetings dealt intensively with bilateral relations …

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Briefing on daily Iranian developments

[ad_1] Iran’s relationship with the IAEA will be based solely on guarantees The Iranian government spokesman said Iran’s relationship with the IAEA will be based only on guarantees if this agreement is not renewed and Iran makes no further commitments. “Over the past four decades and after the Islamic Revolution, …

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Significant drop in air travel recorded in BiH

[ad_1] In the first quarter of 2021, the volume of goods transported in rail transport decreased by 2.3%, and the number of tonne-kilometers performed is 4.2% higher than in the same quarter of the previous year. In the first quarter of 2021, the number of passengers carried in rail transport …

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Steve Hanke warns of economic collapse after BTC adoption

[ad_1] Steve Hanke, a renowned economist, warns El Salvador against economic collapse. He mentions that if they adopt bitcoin as their primary payment method, it will be a bad decision. Additionally, Hanke is a professor at Johns Hopkins University, teaching applied economics. Additionally, he criticized cryptocurrency as legal tender for …

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Greeks in limbo against AstraZeneca’s jab – EURACTIV.com

[ad_1] The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, through on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. Before you start reading today‘s edition of The Capitals, be sure to take a look at the interview “The Untapped Potential of Data-Driven Healthcare ”with …

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Sanctions have proven ineffective: US economist

[ad_1] TEHRAN – Noting that sanctioning is a failed policy, a professor of applied economics at Johns Hopkins University says the United States is totally addicted to sanctions as a “weapon of economic war.” “The United States is totally dependent on sanctions as a weapon of economic warfare. Right now …

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Western world leaders meet

[ad_1] Genocide is not a foreign concept in today’s world. However, while the reality (and the culprit) is not difficult to outline today, history is strewn with massacres that have been draped and hidden from the world beyond. Genocides that rivaled great wars and were so horrific that the ring …

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Revisiting the Bosnian War – Modern Diplomacy

[ad_1] Genocide is not a foreign concept in today’s world. However, while the reality (and the culprit) is not difficult to outline today, history is strewn with massacres that have been draped and hidden from the world beyond. Genocides that rivaled great wars and were so horrific that the ring …

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AP News Digest 3 a.m. Chinese Congress Alzheimer’s Virginia Biden

[ad_1] Here are the AP’s latest cover plans, top stories, and promotional content. Every hour EDT. For late-breaking information on AP’s coverage, visit the coverage plan at https://newsroom.ap.org. _____________ BEST STORIES _____________ CYBERSECURITY-COLONIAL PIPELINE – CEO of massive fuel pipeline hit by ransomware last month is expected to detail his …

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Bosnia’s industrial production increases in April

[ad_1] Regional today Friday May 28, 2021, 12:25 PM The figures Bosnia’s industrial production rose 25.5 percent year-over-year in April, after increasing 15.1 percent annually in March, according to data from the statistical agency (BHAS) based in Sarajevo. Manufacturing grew 33.5% per year in April and utilities grew 24.8%. Meanwhile, …

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Goldman is one of SoftBank’s largest lenders

[ad_1] Share Tweet Share Share Share E-mail Goldman Sachs loaned over $ 5 billion to SoftBank, making New York Investment Bank one of the Japanese conglomerate’s largest lenders. As Bloomberg News reported Thursday, May 27, Goldman was SoftBank’s fourth-largest lender for the 12-month period ending March 31, providing 593.2 billion …

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Glovo buys the Balkans Biz from Delivery Hero

[ad_1] Share Tweet Share Share Share E-mail In current payments news around the world, Glovo will buy Delivery Hero’s operations in the Balkans, while Paysend has closed a $ 125 million Series B funding round led by One Peak. Additionally, Paytm is reportedly considering an initial public offering (IPO) of …

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Factsheet: Strengthening social and health protection in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Bosnia and Herzegovina – Bosnia and Herzegovina

[ad_1] The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively affected all countries and global markets. In Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), disjointed health and political systems have not been able to adequately cope with the pandemic. COVID-19 has significantly slowed expected economic growth, disrupting the incomes and earnings of many people in Bosnia and …

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Anti-graft performance as an eye revealer

[ad_1] It was painful to watch even if it was wrong. For an entire day, a young man wearing a white mask sat at the most frequent spot in Sarajevo’s largest shopping mall and shredded counterfeit 200 convertible mark (US $ 125) bills. Shredding money as an illustration of corruption. …

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What is the $ 1.2 trillion independent economy?

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Bosnian-Turkish relations are ‘rich’, says foreign minister

[ad_1] Belgrade, Serbia The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina described relations with Turkey as “rich, intensive and constantly improving”. Bisera Turkovic met her Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu in the capital Sarajevo on Wednesday. Addressing a joint press conference after the meeting, Turkovic thanked Turkey for helping Bosnia …

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Another ‘non-paper’ shakes Kosovo and Serbian leaders

[ad_1] Another day, another “non-paper” in the Western Balkans. Hardly had the dust settled on a diplomatic dispute between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia over the content of a “non-paper” allegedly sent by Slovenian Prime Minister Janez JanÅ¡a to European Council President Charles Michel describing the in-depth redistribution of borders …

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EU efforts to repatriate Afghan asylum seekers dangerous | Refugees

[ad_1] Currently, there are approximately 2.6 million registered Afghan refugees worldwide. In 2020, Afghan refugees were the second largest group of asylum seekers in continental Europe, having fled Afghanistan for a variety of reasons including persecution, conflict, economic hardship and climate-induced displacement. Each person has a different reason, in many …

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Serbian president downplays Bosnian tensions and rewards

[ad_1] Aleksandar Vucic (dark costume), President of Serbia and Milorad Dodik (right), Serbian member of the Bosnian Presidency. Photo: EPA / Vladimir Stojakovic A high-level delegation from Serbia led by the President visited Banjka Luka, the administrative center of the Bosnian-Serb entity Republika Srpska, where President Aleksandar Vucic received the …

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