July 20, 2018 - With a glamorous ceremony last night, the new luxury hotel in Perast by the Iberostar hotel chain opened its doors to guests. The 59-room hotel is located in the baroque palace which belonged to the famous Smekja family and dates back to the 18th-century.
July 18, 2018 - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is ready to continue supporting Montenegro in further improvement of the fiscal and financial stability, stated the Central Bank (CBCG).
July 19, 2018 - In addition to tourism, which is certainly the most developed economic branch in Montenegro, energy, infrastructure, and agriculture are sectors with significant investment potential.
July 17, 2018 - The Montenegrin electro-distribution system CEDIS has until now implemented projects worth EUR 3.3 million on Lustica, and the investment plan for the next year implies the reconstruction of the "Kumbor" transformer station, which will make the investments in the distribution network and facilities on that peninsula reach five million, said the company.
July 16, 2018 - There are currently 48,006 guests in Budva, out of which 47,802 are from abroad, which is 15 percent less than last year. The largest number of visitors are from Russia, then Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ukraine and France, said Tijana Kotarac from the Tourist Organization of Budva.
July 15, 2018 - The International magazine Euromoney has again declared the Societe Generale Bank Montenegro the best bank in Montenegro. The Award for Excellence for 2018 is the fourth acknowledgment for the best in the state by the Euromoney magazine and the ninth international recognition of the bank for the past six years.
July 15, 2018 - Business Associations in Montenegro are ready to go through international cooperation and interactive activities to have a greater influence on the decision-makers for improving the environment for their members, Montenegrin companies, the directors of business associations held in the Chamber of Commerce said at a meeting.
July 15, 2018 - Due to more intensive work on the Bar Boljare highway, the loading of cement was increased by 67 percent or 66,812 tons compared to the previous year. Increased production in KAP has led to a higher number of shipments for 8,556 tons of alumina. The increase in loading of spoil was 4,812 tons, and in old iron 633 tons, said the CEO of the Port of Bar Zarija Franović in an interview with “Pobjeda”.