October 18, 2018 - Plantations yesterday announced an ad for the sale of seven parcels in Podgorica’s settlement Tološi, totaling 35,000 square meters, of which they plan to earn over one million euros.
October 17, 2018 - The Serbian Minister of Civil Engineering Zoran Mihajlovic and Montenegrin Traffic and Maritime Minister Osman Nurkovic talked about building a highway on Corridor 11. They also discussed the reconstruction of the Belgrade-Bar railway line.
October 16, 2018 - Four municipalities and local companies piled up 11 million euros in new tax debts, said the Tax Administration, but they did not say who. They have been warned, however, that they will intensify the blocking of accounts and start bankruptcy proceedings against local companies unless they fulfill their obligations.
October 16, 2018 - The Office for Defense Cooperation of the US Embassy in Montenegro will donate new equipment to the Underwater Demining Team (EOD) of the Navy in the Army of Montenegro.
October 16, 2018 - The construction of the priority highway section from Smokovac to Mateševo will not be completed within the deadline, and according to an optimistic scenario, it should be completed by the end of next year, said the Ministry of Transport unofficially.
October 16, 2018 - In the light of the announced arrival of the first seismic vessel to explore fossil fuels reserves of Montenegro on 1 November, we've consulted relevant ecologists, Dr. Mirko Đurović from the Institute for Marine Biology of Montenegro and Mosor Prvan, the expert from World Wild Fund Adria. "There is no place in the world where oil exploration coexists with tourism," says Mosor Prvan from WWF Adria
October 15, 2018 - It is much more difficult for the citizens of Montenegro to have a roof above their heads than the citizens of the European Union (EU) because interest rates on housing loans are twice as high, and the average income is three times smaller.
October 14, 20118 - The program of economic citizenship will include 2,000 investors and will bring more than 1 billion euros to Montenegro in the next three years, said the President of "Arton Capital" Armand Arton in an interview for MNE Television. Arton, according to the RTCG portal, has been developing programs of economic citizenship for 15 years, and said that "Montenegro can become the Davos of the Balkans" and that "the smaller the state, the impact of the program of economic citizenship on the economy is more positive".