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30.12.2010.

Reuters: New Montenegrin PM confirmed, reshuffles cabinet

Montenegro's parliament approved Igor Luksic as the new prime minister on Wednesday to replace Milo Djukanovic, who resigned last week after leading the Balkan nation for more than two decades...

30.12.2010.

BBC: Igor Luksic appointed Montenegro prime minister

Montenegro's parliament has endorsed Igor Luksic as the country's new prime minister. Mr Luksic, 34, succeeds Milo Djukanovic, who resigned last week having become the longest-serving leader in the Balkans...

30.12.2010.

Xinhua: Youthful Prime Minister heads new Montenegrin government

With the formation of a new government on Wednesday, Montenegro's new Prime Minister Igor Luksic said his country would seek further Euro-Atlantic integration and a better standard of living for citizens...

20.12.2010.

MailOnline: Discovering Montenegro, a corner of Europe untamed by tourism

Its fur was white with a streak of grey and it sat magnificently by the roadside, staring into the distance. We had no doubt what it was. On a lonely route high in the Durmitor mountains of Montenegro, we had just encountered our first full-grown wolf...

10.11.2010.

Bloomberg.com: Montenegro Won’t Rule Out Eurobond, Vice Premier Says

Nov. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Montenegro’s “fantastic” response to its first-ever Eurobond this year means the country may return to the markets in 2011, deputy Prime Minister Vujica Lazovic said...

09.11.2010.

BBC News: EU gives boost to Montenegro membership bid

The Commission says the EU should grant Montenegro candidate status. That would put it in the same queue as Croatia, Macedonia, Turkey and Iceland...

26.10.2010.

Balkans.com: Montenegro tries to show investors it's more than just a gamble

Given hopes that Montenegro will secure long-cherished EU candidate status in November and forecasts that the tiny Balkan republic will register positive economic growth this year after falling into recession last year, the country has been busy touting itself as the next frontier-market play with international investors...

20.10.2010.

EUobserver.com: Commission expected to give green light to Montenegro EU candidacy

The European Commission is expected to give a positive opinion on Montenegro's application for EU membership, which would open the way to granting it official candidate status. But, according to EU sources, the report on Albania may be too ambiguous to be considered 'positive'...

20.10.2010.

Balkans.com: Montenegro will slowly exit the recession toward the end of the year , says EC

Over the past year, Montenegro has experienced gradual GDP, after a 1.5% drop in the first trimester. Industrial production also went up 5.6 percent, and the country will slowly exit the recession toward the end of the year, read an economic analysis of the European Commission in Brussels according to BETA...

12.10.2010.

Egypt: Montenegro Explore Economic Cooperation and Trade Exchange

Egypt: Montenegro Explore Economic Cooperation and Trade Exchange

Egypt (Cairo) – Egyptian Prime Minister Dr. Ahmed Nazif and his Montenegro counterpart Milo Djukanovic discussed boosting bilateral economic cooperation and trade exchange. Talks also covered increasing Egyptian investments in Montenegro...