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Montenegro’s reform agenda receives EU funding boost for integration

The European Parliament has recently approved the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA), providing Montenegro with access to over 400 million euros in favorable loans...

Discovering Montenegro: Belgian media’s expedition

The National Tourism Organization (NTO) of Montenegro orchestrated a captivating study tour for Belgian media, spanning from Thursday to Monday, aimed at spotlighting the...

Balancing tourism investment and sustainability: Insights from Montenegro’s spatial planning discussion

Maintaining a delicate equilibrium between tourism investments and environmental sustainability remains a paramount concern in Montenegro. This sentiment reverberated from the recent thematic session...

Identifying low-conflict areas for renewable energy expansion in Montenegro

Renewable energy potential in Montenegro is undeniable, evidenced by investor interest. In just the municipality of Nikšić, urban-technical conditions have been issued for the...

Regent Porto Montenegro backs ESG Adria Summit as a premier sponsor

Regent Porto Montenegro, a luxurious hotel nestled in the heart of Tivat, proudly announced its sponsorship of the ESG Adria Summit as a gold-level...
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Energy Costs for Manufacturing in Energy-Intensive Industries: A Competitive Factor for Nearshoring to Montenegro

The manufacturing sector, especially energy-intensive industries, constantly seeks ways to optimize operating costs for sustained viability and competitiveness. One crucial determinant of manufacturing cost...

Montenegro’s potential in relation to the EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) and its suitability as a nearshoring hub for energy-intensive industries

Montenegro and the EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM): 1. Economic Implications: Montenegro's economy heavily relies on energy-intensive industries such as aluminum production, steel, and...

Exploring the Investment Potential of Eco-Tourism in Montenegro: A Year-Round Luxury Market for International Eco Visitors

Montenegro, with its stunning natural landscapes and commitment to sustainable development, presents significant investment potential in the field of eco-tourism. Elevatepr.me delves into the...
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Balancing tourism investment and sustainability: Insights from Montenegro’s spatial planning discussion

Maintaining a delicate equilibrium between tourism investments and environmental sustainability remains a paramount concern in Montenegro. This sentiment reverberated from the recent thematic session...

Elena Group strives to prevent bankruptcy proceedings at Vektra Boka

Preventing a new bankruptcy filing for Vektra Boka at the end-of-month hearing holds paramount importance for Ellena Group, the new owner of a 33.3%...

Zeta’s economic landscape shifts: Lidl’s land purchase and logistic center intentions

The German retailer Lidl has recently acquired land in Zeta for the establishment of a new store and has expressed interest in purchasing an...

Ellena Group pursues restructuring options for Vektra Boka amid financial struggles

Ellena Group, a construction company based in Herceg Novi, recently acquired a 33% stake in Vektra Boka and has taken steps to address the...

French firms show interest in Montenegro’s infrastructure growth

French companies have shown interest in participating in infrastructure projects in Montenegro, with the government already holding discussions with Bouygues Construction, which has expressed...
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