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2019 economic slowdown in Bosnia might have bottomed out towards end of year - European Commission’s report
Bosnia to enter recession in 2020 with annual growth contracting by 3.2 percent - the World Bank report
International financial institutions asked to provide EUR 600 million worth of assistance to coronavirus-hit Bosnia
Real wages rose by three percent year-on-year, but youth unemployment remains high in Bosnia and Herzegovina - European Commission’s report
Resident Representative Jewell: IMF’s new program for Bosnia likely to focus on healthcare sector and public companies
Western Balkan economies to grow, but outlook remains vulnerable to risks - World Bank report
World Bank forecasts 3.4 percent economic growth for Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2019
World Bank forecasts 3.4 percent economic growth for Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2020
World Bank hires Scottish copany to improve transport resilience in the Balkans
World Bank retains growth forecast for Bosnia and Herzegovina at 3.4 percent
World Bank: 55 percent of emigrants from Bosnia and Herzegovina are high-skilled workers
World Bank: Bosnia’s growth expected to slow down in 2020 to -1.9 percent due to COVID-19
World Bank’s Human Capital Index: Bosnia ranked 58th among 157 countries
Youth unemployment has fallen, but less than half of working-age population in Western Balkans has job - World Bank report
‘Doing Business 2020’ report: Bosnia ranked second-worst in Europe