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Articles from Balkan Business News (July 24, 2013)

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62 percent of young Romanian consumers are asking for advice before buying a product. 199
Bailout package constituted a turning point, not only for Cyprus, but for the European Union as a whole. 617
Bankers Petroleum Albania's Block "F" Exploration Well Is Suspended. 153
British exports to Romania expected to rise 60 percent until 2017. 245
E & Y Europe 2013 saw Serbia as a leader in terms of its capacity to attract large job-intensive projects. 347
Fitch upgrades Turkey's Alternatifbank's long-term foreign currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) to 'BBB'. 218
Global leader in the production and distribution of ATM, NCR plans to double its Serbian employees. 162
Having signalled a rate hike to the market last week, Turkey's central bank duly kept its word. 311
Improvement of the financial results of Bulgarian banks will be a sign for future growth of the economy. 147
Montenegro expresses gratitude for Slovakia's role in the restoration of Montenegro's independence. 132
Montenegro eyes providing international hydrographic licenses to conduct hydrographic activities at sea and on inland waterways. 166
Moody's assigns a provisional (P)Ba1 senior unsecured debt rating to the bonds to be issued by Romania's Raiffeisen Bank SA. 177
Production of forest assortments from state forests in Montenegro increased 57.3%. 157
Prospects for growth in Slovenia's insurance sector over the medium term are fairly uninspiring. 291
Romania's metals sector is set to see modest growth over the coming years. 295
Romanian Food Industry Snapshot. 898
Serbia adopts a bill on export and import of dual-use goods. 101
Serbia's Pharmaceutical Group STADA began selling drug, a bioequivalent to Viagra, in Germany. 156
Slovenia: Consumer confidence indicator up. 283
Spain and Romania talks about strategic partnership. 386
Strong first month for Ryanair in Podgorica Montenegro. 330
Turkey is considering privatization of big dams. 218
Turkey raises rates -will that prove enough to help the wobbling economy ? 585
Turkish banks: Rencap expects positive bottom-line trends to continue in 2Q13. 302

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