Bulgaria might be forced to make amendments to the South Stream Gas Pipeline project

Bulgaria might be forced to make amendments to the South Stream Gas Pipeline project

According to Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski, Bulgaria might be forced to make amendments to the South Stream Gas Pipeline Project. ...

Bulgarian KTB Bank’s executive to be charged by the prosecution

Bulgarian KTB Bank’s executive to be charged by the prosecution

Bulgarian prosecutors are to press charges against Orlin R., an executive director and chairman of the management board of the Corporate Commercial Bank (KTB). ...

Polish services close ranks in fight against economic crime

Polish services close ranks in fight against economic crime

The Polish Ministry of Finance and the National School of Judiciary and Public Prosecution signed an agreement on mutual training and cooperation in investigating economic and fisc ...

Nikola Tesla Airport director released pending trial

Nikola Tesla Airport director released pending trial

Belgrade’s Nicola Tesla International Airport director Velimir R. has been released from police detention pending trial. ...

Business joins fight against corruption in Slovakia

Business joins fight against corruption in Slovakia

Business leaders are joining non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in the fight against corruption in Slovakia, which is ranked as one of the most corrupt EU countries. ...

Serbia plans public sector layoffs in 2015

Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Kori Udovicki, who also serves as minister of public administration and local government, stated that during the 14th Economic Summit held in Belgrade between June 23 and June 24, 2014 the governmental plan of strengthening of Serbian economy includes public sector layoffs, the Serbian newswire B92 reported June 24. ...

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