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The Economic Ray of Hope for Bosnia and Herzegovina

June 3, 2020 7:00 PM
The Economic Ray of Hope for Bosnia and Herzegovina

  Initiative ’Yes We Can’ launched recently on the platform of Sarajevo Business Forum is an innovative “Bottom Up” response to Covid-19 pandemic that could be replicated elsewhere, especially by smaller countries with modest GDP and curtailed state capacity to intervene in saving economies. Bosnia and Herzegovina is widely regarded […]

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Peace Implementation Council Steering Board brings Conclusions about Political Situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Peace Implementation Council Steering Board brings Conclusions about Political Situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina

  The Peace Implementation Council Steering Board (PIC SB) Political Directors met via video conference on 2-3 June 2020 to review the process of implementation of the General Framework Agreement for Peace (GFAP), which remains the basis for a stable, secure and prosperous Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). The PIC SB […]

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Decrease in Total Seasonally adjusted Retail Trade Turnover in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Decrease in Total Seasonally adjusted Retail Trade Turnover in Bosnia and Herzegovina

  The total seasonally adjusted retail trade turnover in Bosnia and Herzegovina in April this year, observed in current prices, recorded a decrease of 24.4% compared to March 2020, eKapija business portal reports. A decrease in turnover was recorded in trade in food products (food, beverages and tobacco products) in […]

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We are witnessing Real-world Political Economy dynamics Unfolding

June 1, 2020 7:15 PM
We are witnessing Real-world Political Economy dynamics Unfolding

  Five months ago we set out to write in this issue of Finance & Development about political economy—how politics affects the economy and the economy affects politics. Few suspected then that, instead of exploring an academic question, we would be witnessing real-world political economy dynamics unfolding, tragically, in real-time. […]

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Key Statistical Challenges Authorities in many Countries are facing during the Pandemic

May 31, 2020 2:00 PM
Key Statistical Challenges Authorities in many Countries are facing during the Pandemic

  Accurate and timely economic data are crucial for informing policy decisions, especially during a crisis. But the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the production of many key statistics. Without reliable data, policymakers cannot assess how badly the pandemic is hurting people and the economy, nor can they properly monitor the […]

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Mandatory Preferential Domestic Treatment in Bosnia and Herzegovina to start Tomorrow

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Mandatory Preferential Domestic Treatment in Bosnia and Herzegovina to start Tomorrow

  The Council of Ministers instructed the Public Procurement Agency to make a proposal for a decision on the mandatory application of preferential domestic treatment for one year, starting from June 1st this year in the percentage of 30%. “Despite certain restrictions arising from the Stabilization and Association Agreement, this […]

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Crisis Response is complicated by Complex Political Economy in Bosnia and Herzegovina

May 24, 2020 6:15 PM
Crisis Response is complicated by Complex Political Economy in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    The emerging economies of southeastern Europe that are not part of the European Union, where incomes are lower, and social safety nets less developed, are particularly vulnerable to the economic and social impact of COVID-19. In recent weeks, the IMF has responded with a number of rapidly-disbursing loans […]

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COVID-19 has pushed many Countries into Deep Recessions

May 19, 2020 7:15 PM
COVID-19 has pushed many Countries into Deep Recessions

    The world is in the grip of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the ensuing Great Lockdown, has pushed many countries into deep recessions—worse than during the 2008–09 global financial crisis. In response, governments and central banks all over the world have introduced strong discretionary (one-off and specific) fiscal and monetary measures to […]

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Croatia opens Borders for transit of Freight Motor Vehicles

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Croatia opens Borders for transit of Freight Motor Vehicles

  Border Police of Bosnia and Herzegovina announced that transit of freight motor vehicles through all border crossings of the Republic of Croatia has been possible as of May 19. As pointed out, the aforementioned decision of the Republic of Croatia will significantly reduce congestion at border crossings. “I welcome […]

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Over Half a Million Employed Persons in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Entity

May 14, 2020 11:30 AM
Over Half a Million Employed Persons in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Entity

  The total number of employees in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina until May this year per residence of the insured is 507,607, is stated by the Tax Administration of the Federation of BiH. Published data on employed persons, as they explained, were created on the basis of forms […]

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