Average prices of more than 40 products and services in Montenegro. Prices of restaurants, food, transportation, utilities and housing are included.
A genral guide to the laws of Montenegro including labor form the Law Library of the US Congress
Montenegro is a relatively cheap tourist spot if one is choosing among all European travel destinations. Its price level is under the average for the continent and is most similar to the one in the Baltic countries.
Guide to travel, doing business, and studying in Montenegro – culture, greetings, gestures,etiquette, taboos, negotiations, gift-giving, and more.
n general, the code of business conduct is similar in Montenegro to that in the rest of Europe and the USA.
Tables for monthly temperature, sunshine and rainfall
Access hourly, 10 day and 15 day forecasts along with up to the minute reports and videos from AccuWeather.com
This site describesthe demographic features of the population of Montenegro, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.
As the smallest country of the Balkans, Montenegro has a fragile economy supported by investment (especially in the energy sector) and tourism. In 2015, the country experienced an economic growth of 4%; it should accelerate in 2016.
Montenegro’s economy is slowly transitioning to a market system, but the state sector remains large and additional institutional changes are needed. The economy relies heavily on foreign tourism and the export of refined metals.