At the beginning of 2009, South Eastern Europe (including Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Former Yugoslav Republic (FYR) Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Kosovo) was simultaneously hit by three external shocks: an extended period of cold weather, disruption in natural gas supply from the Russian federation and financial crisis.
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In June 2017 we explained why aviation poses a problem to the EU ETS due to Gibraltar airport. If Spain shares cont… https://t.co/jjZbvMq7gg