Economy of the European Union

Greece gears up for debt talks

 Stournaras to put forward suggestions on how to reduce annual repayments at Monday’s Eurogroup

Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras is due to ask his eurozone counterparts Monday to begin considering further debt relief for Greece, with the government already having drafted a number of options to reduce the repayments the country faces in the years to come.

Poland's Citizens 'Overwhelmingly Against Adopting Euro'

Only 5% of Poles firmly support the idea that their country should join the Eurozone, a survey by the GfK Polonia Institute has shown.

Nearly three-quarters of Polish citizens do not want to abandon the zlota, Poland's national currency, with 42% of them being "strongly against" and 32% being "against" the euro, as Bulgaria's bTV

EUR 200 million for 100 most important projects

BELGRADE - Serbia will have access to EUR 200 million from the EU Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA) funds for the 100 strategically most important projects over the next seven years.

The project list was prepared by a working body in cooperation with the European Integration Office and relevant ministries, monthly Nova ekonomija reports.