EU leaders sought to reassure the Western Balkans countries that their future is inside the bloc at Tirana summit.
Illegal movements along the Western Balkans routes have significantly increased in 2022.
Foreign investment will continue to have a vital role to play in the region’s development, particularly now that international companies are rethinking their supply chains.
Opposition has blocked constitutional changes Skopje agreed to make in a deal with Bulgaria to start its long-awaited EU accession talks.
As growth slows, annual growth in October was driven mostly by the increase in PPI in the manufacturing sector.
MEPs want accession completed by 2030 and a majority vote to approve new members, but say accession talks with Serbia should be halted if it doesn’t align with EU on sanctions.
Precautionary and Liquidity Line to help Skopje address global shocks from the COVID-19 pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The contraction in Ukraine’s GDP will be among the worst 10-20% of those in conflicts in the last 200 years, the development bank predicts in its 2022/23 Transition Report.
Development bank recommends countries should now gradually dial down help to vulnerable companies, so they can either learn to adapt to the new climate of higher interest rates or exit the market by going into insolvency.
Ananas buys up Macedonian online shopping brands as it seeks to bring the online retail experience in developed countries to the Western Balkans.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and top EU officials stress commitment to bringing six Western Balkan countries into the EU.
Industrial production has been fluctuating since November 2021, with the slim decrease in September due to lower production in the mining and quarrying and utility sectors.
World Bank urges governments to target support at most vulnerable households and businesses.
For 2023 the wiiw has revised its forecasts down, and overall Emerging Europe growth will average just 0.3%, barely above the 0.2% predicted for the Eurozone.
Slovenia is one of the strongest supporters of North Macedonia’s EU accession process, which was long stalled by bilateral disputes with its neighbours.
North Macedonia will soon start producing e-cars and Skopje’s first electric vehicles exhibition drew crowds, but few people in the county can afford to go electric.
Rising energy costs and higher fees for participating broadcasters due to Russia's absence made the annual song contest unaffordable for some Southeast European broadcasters.
Ananas aims to offer the largest online marketplace in North Macedonia as it pursues expansion across the Western Balkans.
European Political Community isolates Russia, welcomes back UK and reassures EU candidate countries.
Gazprom unit that operates pipeline said to be withdrawing all technical support.