Results from a recent bank lending survey by the Bank of Greece shows that the demand for loans to non-financial corporations (NFCs) remained unchanged in the fourth quarter of last year compared to the third quarter.
INTRASOFT International was recently chosen by Kuwait's Ministry of Finance to implement the state’s electronic governmental brokering platform and to develop a centralized net-based collections system.
Gorenje Group, a home appliances manufacturer based in
Slovenia, recently highlighted its growth over the past year, which includes an
estimated revenue figure of $1.35 billion, a 2.6 percent increase on last
Republic of Srpska officials, including Deputy Prime
Minister Anton Kasipovic and Minister of Administration and Local
Self-Government Lejla Resic, recently met with trade union leaders to discuss
their joint concerns and actions for 2017.
The Piraeus Port Authority (PPA) of Greece recently celebrated the
arrival of the first passenger ship of 2017, the Blue Star Delos, with PPA
executives boarding the ship and giving out an honorary plaque and gifts.
Vojvodjanska Banka (Bank) and the Faculty of Economics at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia have teamed up to offer a special two-week program for students to gain practical knowledge and professional development.
Following a recent session of the Stock Markets Steering Committee of Hellenic Exchanges - Athens Stock Exchange, the committee announced several trading commencements and market making licenses to be implemented in the coming weeks.
Jelena Pavlovic, Philip Morris' general manager for Southeastern Europe, recently said that while the tobacco company is working on creating and selling alternative tobacco products, production business for traditional cigarettes is booming in Serbia.
The Greek Defense Ministry announced yesterday that a new special payroll for armed forces, set to be voted on within the coming months, does not freeze wage increases, and will result in no loss of pay to active and retired members of the military.