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EASTERN EUROPEAN PAINT AND COATINGS MARKET SHOW SOLID STABILITY AS ECONOMIES GROW STEADILY



FAR from being the zone of volatility of the 1990s, eastern and central Europe’s economies and hence their paint and coatings markets, are enjoying stability and steady growth. In Croatia, for instance, according to market researcher Euromonitor International data, the paint and coating industry posted revenues of USD147 million, USD 2 million more than in 2017.…

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SERBIA GAS INTERCONNECTOR RECEIVES EIB FUNDING



The construction of the Serbian section of a gas interconnector between Serbia and Bulgaria, enabling transfers of between 1 and 1.8 billion cubic metres (bcm) of natural gas annually from Bulgaria to Serbia and 150 million bcm from Serbia to Bulgaria is to be financed by the European Investment Bank (EIB).…

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EASTERN EUROPE’S INCREASINGLY MATURE MARKET POSTS MODEST GROWTH



AFTER years of slow growth since 2008, eastern Europe’s now mature cosmetics and personal care market has continued to show marginal gains in products sales in the past year, according to experts.

The region’s cosmetics and personal care products sales edged to USD23.67 billion in 2017 from USD21.74 billion in 2016, counting sales in Poland, Croatia, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia, Belarus, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Slovenia, Macedonia and Georgia.…

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TURKISH TEXTILE COMPANIES INVESTING IN SERBIA SET TO DOUBLE IN WEEKS



THE NUMBER of Turkish textile firms making the most of advantageous business conditions in Serbia and setting up companies in the Balkan state is set to double by the start of the new year, economic experts have predicted.

Offering investors state-of-the-art established production facilities, access to a skilled workforce and financial subsidies on the table, Serbia has proved to be a prime location for Turkish investment, particularly in the textile industry.…

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INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY ROUND UP – INDIAN CONFECTIONERY SECTOR GRAPPLES WITH NEW GST



CONFECTIONARY manufacturers in India are having to grapple with their products and ingredients attracting a wide range of tax rates under the country’s new goods and services tax (GST), which started to be levied from July 1.

India’s GST Council, a body representing the central and state governments, has been deciding which goods will be covered by the zero, 5%, 12%, 18% and 28% tax rates allowed under India’s GST legislation. …

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CROATIA ENDS THE BALKAN TRADE DISPUTE BY DROPPING IMPORT FEES



Croatia has reversed a decision to raise import fees on food imports charged at its borders with its non-European Union (EU) Balkan countries Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina, as well as on trades from Macedonia, another ex-Yugoslav state. The Croatian ministry of agriculture today (Aug 10) announced that “from Friday [August 11] onwards the border controls would be fully normalised”.…

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SERBIA’S NIKOLA TESLA AIRPORT BOOSTS SECURITY AS IT AIMS TO BECOME A HUB



 

SERBIA’S Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport handled its first direct flight to New York, USA, last June (2016) and thus grabbed an extraordinary opportunity to start re-positioning itself as a south-east Europe hub offering flight connections.

Domestic airline Air Serbia has been successfully operating this route to John F Kennedy International Airport, but the preparations at the Nikola Tesla for handling transatlantic flights was not smooth at all.…

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NEW SERBIA MEAT QUALITY LABEL WILL BOOST QUALITY AND SALES, SAYS INDUSTRY LEADER



THE PRESIDENT of a key Serbian meat industry association has told GlobalMeatNews that a new meat quality label will help raise standards among her country’s manufacturers and processors, boosting sales at home and abroad.

Tamara Penjić, the president of the Serbian Meat Quality Label Association, said the label will “contribute to the strengthening of export potential and the opening of new markets”.…

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EASTERN EUROPE’S SLOW BUT STEADY GROWTH A WORLD AWAY FROM POST-COMMUNIST GROWTH HEYDAY



MANY personal care product markets in eastern and central Europe are growing slowly, with incremental growth being tapped especially by major international brands who have squeezed out local players with their solid pricing and reliable quality.

But with natural cosmetics rising in popularity, there is still space for innovative smaller players with sufficient local roots and knowhow to appeal to consumers in what remains an extremely diverse region in terms of culture and consumer habits.…

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EASTERN EUROPE’S SLOW BUT STEADY GROWTH A WORLD AWAY FROM POST-COMMUNIST GROWTH HEYDAY



MANY personal care product markets in eastern and central Europe are growing slowly, with incremental growth being tapped especially by major international brands who have squeezed out local players with their solid pricing and reliable quality.

But with natural cosmetics rising in popularity, there is still space for innovative smaller players with sufficient local roots and knowhow to appeal to consumers in what remains an extremely diverse region in terms of culture and consumer habits.…

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