Big jump in sales of building land

In May of this year, up to 73% more contracts stipulating the sale of building land were concluded than in May of last year and the year before. All types of land are predominantly purchased for cash. In May, as in April, the significant increase in the number of contracts …

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Hungary places its motorway network under a 35-year concession

Vehicles are seen on the M1 motorway, 80 km west of Budapest, on March 15, 2013. REUTERS / Laszlo Balogh BUDAPEST, June 14 (Reuters) – Hungary to renovate the management of around 2,000 kilometers (1,240 miles) of its highways and public roads, awarding a 35-year concession contract, according to a …

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Arcona Property Fund buys two office buildings in Bucharest from SPDI

BUCHAREST (Romania), June 14 (SeeNews) – Arcona Property Fund NV announced on Monday that it has signed agreements for the purchase of two office buildings in Bucharest belonging to Secure Property Development & Investments Ltd (SPDI) and valued at a total of 9.87 million euros ($ 12 million). The purchases …

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A pandemic has led to the warehouse boom in southeastern Europe

Like others in the industry, the Dutch group Raben has seen growing interest from companies seeking to establish supply chains close to key Western European markets to avoid costly disruptions such as those caused by COVID. -19. Private group Raben – which operates in 13 European countries serving industries such …

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Why will Serbia not join the EU sanctions against Belarus?

On May 23, Belarusian fighter jets hijacked a civilian Ryanair flight from Athens, Greece, to Vilnius, Lithuania, under the pretext of a bomb threat, to arrest dissident journalist Roman Protasevich, critic of the Belarusian strongman Alexander Lukashenko. The EU has responded in the form of political condemnation and economic sanctions, …

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Weak pound draws Balkan property buyers to Turkey

Sarajevo real estate agent Minet Music will not disclose exactly how many properties he has sold in Turkey to buyers in the Balkans, but it is quite a lot. “I can tell you that I go to Turkey at least twice a week for paperwork and sales arrangements for Balkan …

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Mainer sues multinational, claims it allowed China access to US trade secrets

A Belgrade man filed a complaint on Tuesday claiming that the multinational polymer company and one of its US subsidiaries he jointly worked for had allowed Chinese companies access to confidential US customer information and harmed his career when ‘he was trying to stop her. Mark Ardito, who has worked …

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Serbian antitrust body clears acquisition of Napred 41 by Polish GTC

BELGRADE (Serbia), June 3 (SeeNews) – The Serbian competition authority has announced that it has authorized Polish property developer Global Trade Center (GTC) to acquire Napred 41, which holds the long-term right to lease 19,500 square meters in the New Belgrade District Zone of block 41. By purchasing Belgrade-based Napred …

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Corruption in the Balkans threatens to derail EU membership application | Voice of America

European Union leaders are expected to discuss in the coming weeks the progress of long-standing requests from the Balkan states to join the bloc. But recent studies exploring the scale of money laundering in the region should not appease France and the Netherlands, which, among other member states, want to …

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Serbia donated 100,000 doses of vaccine to Czech Republic

Today Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić escorted a plane with 100,620 doses of Pfizer BioNTech vaccine to the Czech Republic at Belgrade airport. Ambassador Kuchta addressed the media at Nikola Tesla Airport. “Serbia has always been our partner, it has always been close to us and in the times when …

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