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Summary:Provision Of Mobile Right-based Services
Sector:Healthcare Equipment and Services
Country :Kosovo
Notice Type:Tender NoticeDeadline:20 Aug 2021
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Summary:Purchase Of Services For The Implementation Of A Cepej Satisfaction Survey Aimed At Court Users As A Self Assessment Tool For Court Management
Country :Kosovo
Notice Type:Tender NoticeDeadline:17 Sep 2021
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Summary:Supply Of Laboratory Equipment For Up Demanding Units
Sector:Industry,Laboratory Equipment and Services
Country :KosovoEstimated Cost:EUR 317800
Notice Type:Tender NoticeDeadline:05 Aug 2021
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Summary:First Aid Kits For Kosovo Police
Sector:Healthcare Equipment and Services
Country :Kosovo
Notice Type:Tender NoticeDeadline:03 Aug 2021
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Summary:Supply Of Atv Equipment
Sector:Automobiles and Auto Parts
Country :Kosovo
Notice Type:Tender NoticeDeadline:12 Aug 2021
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Summary:Improving Financial Protection And Quality Of Care (contribution To A World Bank Hybrid Trust Fund)
Sector:Healthcare and Medicine,Banking, Finance, Insurance and Securities (BFIS),Consultancy,Services
Country :KosovoEstimated Cost:USD 2240000
Notice Type:Project InformationDeadline:30 Jun 2023
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Summary:Training Of Potential Applicants For Applying To The Rural Development Grant Program
Sector:Education and Training
Country :Kosovo
Notice Type:Contract AwardsDeadline:16 Oct 2021
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Summary:Closure Of The Existing Landfill And Construction Of A New Landfill Cell In Peja/pec
Sector:Infrastructure and construction,Water and Sanitation
Country :Kosovo
Notice Type:Tender NoticeDeadline:22 Oct 2021
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Summary:Construction Of Three Schools In Kosovo
Country :Kosovo
Notice Type:Tender NoticeDeadline:10 Sep 2021
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Summary:Supply Of Police Vehicles.
Sector:Automobiles and Auto Parts,Defence
Country :Kosovo
Notice Type:Tender NoticeDeadline:16 Aug 2021
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Economy of Kosovo

The economy of Kosovo is a transition economy. Kosovo was the poorest province of the former Yugoslavia with a modern economy only established after a series of federal development subsidies in 1960s and 1970s. During the 1990s abolition of province's autonomous institutions followed by poor economic policies, international sanctions, little access to external trade and finance, and ethnic conflict severely damaged the already-weak economy. Since the declaration of independence in 2008 Kosovo's economy has grown each year, with relatively low effects from the global financial crisis; while there are many weaknesses for its potential in the future, many of them related to its internationally disputed status, there are also potential strengths, including its very low level of government debt and future liabilities and the strength of its banking system (despite remaining obstacles to using this for productive loans). Kosovo remains one of the poorest areas of Europe, with as much as 45% of the population living below the official poverty line, and 17% being extremely poor according to the World Bank.


Road network

Construction of a highway to the Macedonian border is now planned.

Kosovo Railways

Combined length of 330 km. It covers the entire territory, connecting both the south with the north and east with west. However, there is currently no functioning interconnection with the Serbian rail network, although there is interconnection with the Macedonian network.

Air transportation

Pristina International Airport Adem Jashari is, with over one million passengers per year, one of the most frequented airports of the region, despite the fact that Serbia does not permit overflying of its territory by aeroplanes flying to or from Kosovo.

Energy in Kosovo

Kosovo Energy Corporation (KEK) is currently the sole power corporation in the Republic of Kosovo. In Yugoslav times, Kosovo was a net exporter of electricity. But its current generating capacity has been affected by many factors.

Natural resources

Kosovo is rich in natural resources, and has been an important mining centre for much of its history. In Kosovo there is substantially high reserves of lead, zinc, silver, nickel, cobalt, copper, iron and bauxite.

Mineral deposits


Lignite is of outstanding importance in Kosovo. It contributes 97% of the total electricity generation, with just 3% being based on hydropower.

Lead zinc-silver

In what today is Kosovo, base-metal mining has been a mainstay of the economy, since pre-Roman times. Illyrians, Romans, Byzantines, Saxons, Turks, French and Britons have all conducted extensive mining in the region.


Former open-pit mining operations based on laterite were undertaken at Çikatova (Dushkaja and Suke) and Gllavica. Remaining mineable reserves have been calculated as 13.2 Mt averaging 1.42% Ni and 0.05% Co.


A chain of Alpine-type chromite pods in southwestern Kosovo are part of a series of linear deposits that continue into Albani.


Kosovo's bauxite deposits are hosted in karst limestone and have been exploited in a series of pits that comprise the Grebnik mine. The host limestone was worked as a construction material and a sizeable stockpile of broken limestone remains on.

Kosovo is rich in high quality construction minerals, such as andesite, basalt, diabas, gabbro, granite, lime stone and marble.


Wine has always historically produced in Kosovo, both red and white. he main heartland of Kosovo's wine industry is in Orahovac (Rahoveci) where millions of litres of wine is produced. The main wines produced in Kosovo include Pinot noir, Merlot and Chardonnay. Kosovo has recently been exporting wines to Germany and the United States.


Kosovo is a small open economy and mainly imports more goods and services than it exports. It is committed to trade liberalization. Participation in regional and wider trade facilitating mechanisms has been one of the main policy objectives of Kosovo institutions. Enhancing trade in Kosovo through liberalized trade requires three aspects to be in place, import rationalization and replacement, trade facilitation and export promotion.

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