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Montenegrin economy will grow at 5% rate in 2021

Montenegrin economy will grow at 5% rate in 2021

According to the latest forecast report of the Vienna Institute for the International Economic Studies (WIIW), Montenegrin economy will contract by 8%, due to heavy reliance on tourism. The report forecasts that Montenegrin economy will strengthen by 5% next year. Croatia is expected to face the greatest real GDP contraction. (11%). Croatia is followed by… READ MORE

Montenegro still coronavirus-free

Montenegro still coronavirus-free

Schools are closed, as well as hospitality businesses and shopping malls. They also closed play rooms for children and betting shops. Their border crossings. All foreigners are prohibited from entering the country. They landed planes, suspended international road and rail traffic. They introduced bans on all public gatherings. All Montenegro nationals who came from abroad… READ MORE

Montenegro has become prestigious tourism destination

Montenegro has become prestigious tourism destination

Western Balkans region should put its natural and cultural potential into the function of tourism economy, harmonised with modern demand of the world market. Montenegro has become prestigious tourism destination. However, only a unified, diverse and wider tourism offer of the region countries can be valued more efficiently on the international market, it was said… READ MORE

Promotion of the tourist offer of Montenegro in the Chinese city of Guangzhou

Promotion of the tourist offer of Montenegro in the Chinese city of Guangzhou

The National Tourism Organisation of Montenegro, in cooperation with Turkish Airlines and the tourism industry, will present the tourism offer of the destination at the China International Tourism Industry Expo – CITIE, held from August 30 to September 1 in Guangzhou, China . On the first day of the fair, the all-day Balkan Roadshow program… READ MORE

EX-YU airports move to secure China flights

EX-YU airports move to secure China flights

Montenegro has become the latest country in the former Yugoslavia to seek flights from China, following in the footsteps of Macedonia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia. Danilo Orlandić, the General Manager of operator Airports of Montenegro, which runs the country’s two international airports, said, “Together with our strategic partners we are looking at significantly boosting… READ MORE

Three EX-YU states eye inter-connectivity

Three EX-YU states eye inter-connectivity

The governments of Montenegro, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina are finalising plans for the introduction of flights between Sarajevo and Skopje via Podgorica. According to a draft agreement between the states, all airlines, including those outside the three countries, will be invited to operate the service, which would be subsidised. “Talks concerning the establishment of… READ MORE

Eurowings tipped to announce new EX-YU routes

Eurowings tipped to announce new EX-YU routes

Lufthansa’s fast-growing low cost subsidiary Eurowings, which has capitalised on the collapse of its former rival Air Berlin, is expected to unveil several new routes to the former Yugoslavia in the near future. It comes after the airline announced plans yesterday to grow its fleet by thirty Airbus A320-family aircraft by the summer of 2018,… READ MORE