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Montenegro Government and Cetinje Municipality set to launch cable car project connecting Lovćen to Cetinje

In a recent meeting between Prime Minister Milojko Spajić and Mayor Nikola Đurašković, it was announced that the Government of Montenegro and the Capital...

Lazure Port’s evolution stirs debate: Marina ambitions vs. Fishermen’s plight

Lazure Port in Meljine could soon undergo a transformation into a hub for maritime tourism, as per the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs,...

In the first quarter, Montenegro’s commercial banks report strong profits

All 11 commercial banks in Montenegro concluded the first quarter of this year on a positive note, collectively recording a total profit of 38.67...

Tirana Airport: The go-to choice for Montenegro’s travelers

Most travel agency ads prominently feature the capital of Albania, and for good reason. Tirana isn't just a layover between Podgorica and Sicily; it's...

February foreign direct investment trends in Montenegro: An overview

At the end of February, the total inflow of foreign direct investments (FDI) reached 147.7 million euros, while simultaneously, 64.13 million euros exited the...
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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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Proposed highway route brings hope for Berane’s development

The proposed route for the highway's third section passing through Berane is currently seen as a much more favorable option for the city compared...

Montenegro Government and Cetinje Municipality set to launch cable car project connecting Lovćen to Cetinje

In a recent meeting between Prime Minister Milojko Spajić and Mayor Nikola Đurašković, it was announced that the Government of Montenegro and the Capital...

Lazure Port’s evolution stirs debate: Marina ambitions vs. Fishermen’s plight

Lazure Port in Meljine could soon undergo a transformation into a hub for maritime tourism, as per the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs,...

The lingering fate of Durmitor Hotel: A concern for Žabljak

This season, visitors to Crno Jezero are met with an unfinished and deserted construction site: the Durmitor Hotel. Despite millions invested, the project remains...

Montenegro’s struggle: Balancing economic growth with environmental protection

Montenegro's ambitions for economic growth through the development of new energy sources and infrastructure have hit roadblocks, largely due to environmental protests. Despite decades...
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