Montenegro’s biggest wine producer 13 Jul Plantaze aims to protect its wines from counterfeiting.
The potential for energy savings in the buildings sector — characterised by ageing, poorly maintained apartment blocks — is estimated at more than 50% of consumption, Energy Community report shows.
Research by Sarajevo-based Center for Policy and Governance shows high levels of undeclared and partially work in Western Balkans and Croatia.
Apartment prices increased 15% q/q in 4Q20 but were still down by 11.3% y/y in emerging Europe's worst hit economy by the coronacrisis.
Crackdown on democracy and civil society during pandemic accompanied by increase in hate speech by politicians finds ILGA-Europe report.
Democratic Front will no longer support Zdravko Krivokapic’s government after he backed away from changes to the criminal code criticised by the European Commission.
Recent rise in infections raises fears of a new wave of the virus.
13 Montenegrins, Russians and Serbs were found guilty of plotting a coup to coincide with the October 2016 general election.