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Articles from Balkan Business News (July 17, 2013)

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Abu Dhabi's Gulf Capital, invests in Turkey's Turknet Iletisim Hizmetleri. 450
Albania's power corporation warned that the country faces a fresh energy crisis this winter. 337
Bankruptcy proceedings against Johannes Werner Krauss, co-owner of Serbia's former national broadcaster TV Avala. 217
Bosnia and Herzegovina's FIPA presents Bosnia and Herzegovina's investment opportunities to Swedish companies. 245
Bulgaria turns to current account surplus of 0.1%/GDP in Jan-May. 114
Bulgaria's budget revision will raise target budget deficit to 2% of GDP. 384
China's Ming Yang Wind Power Group aims to develop wind and biomass projects in Romania. 198
Modernisation of Serbia's fire-fighting equipment is necessary - Source. 233
Montenegrin Prime Minister Urged to Save Bankrupt Aluminum Plant, KAP. 368
Montenegro will strive to strengthen the position of the Western Balkans as a reliable partner of NATO. 355
OMV Petrom will continue to invest in Romania at the same high level of approximately EUR 1 bn/year,. 654
Romania's Hidroelectrica has successfully tendered 14 small hydropower plants. 141
Serbia plans to buy 59,500 tonnes of commercial wheat at a price of RSD 20 per kilo. 121
Serbia's Deputy PM Aleksandar Vucic Hints Autumn Election Possible. 268
Slovenia based household appliances maker Gorenje contemplates three capital injections of up to EUR 63m in total. 134
Television media in Romania register serious losses. 358
The reduction of the value-added tax on food service, in Greece, is near. 229
The total value for Romania's telecom market grew by 18% in the first quarter of 2013. 393
The Vienna Insurance Group will sell the largest pension insurance company in Bulgaria. 229
Tourism in FYR Macedonia continues to grow. 546
Turkey is best positioned to become the home of international rail manufacturing. 247
Turkey: Loans taken out by the private sector from foreign financial institutions increased by $3.5 billion. 143
Turkey: Rates/Lira rallied hard yesterday on CBRT news. 431
Turkish government has carried out another increase in fuel prices. 253

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