In October 2019, at the trilateral meeting in Novi Sad, the Declaration on Free Movement of Goods and Citizens was signed between Albania, Northern Macedonia and Serbia.
In 2018, the Western Balkans recorded the largest inflow of greenfield direct investment (FDI) with the value of USD9.36bn in 2018, the highest amount since 2003, according to the fDi report
Serbia began its first moves towards the economic unification of the Balkan countries. The idea of an economic "new business deal for the Balkans" not only exists, but it is also presented in the important places in Europe.
Belgrade will not initiate arbitration against Pritina because of the enormous fees imposed on products from Serbia, but it has been decided to apply contraction that are currently being considered.
Sarajevo hosted the annual meeting of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). It attracted political and economic stakeholders of the Balkan region.
Poland has recently said it won’t join Eurozone any time soon. So, who from the Central and Southeast Europe (CSE) is in, and who will join the Eurozone, when and why?
The 2019 Economic Freedom Report by The Heritage Foundation shows that the world seems to be at a crossroads — it may continue on the path of economic freedom or it may return to hindered growth and development.
Against the background of deteriorating relations between the United States and China, the European Union's strong economic ties with the two countries pose a serious dilemma.
IntraCEFTA trade of Albania reflects a relatively strong economic ties with the neighbors, although it constitutes only a small part of overall foreign exchange of this country.
Kosovo's government increased its tariffs on goods from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) by 100 per cent, arguing that it was a response to the "aggressive campaign" of Serbia against Kosovo.