The current financial framework is the last European Union budget that is generous to Poland. The funds can be used until 2022, but after that the principles of cohesion policy will change.
The European Commission plans to increase its support for low-growth and low-income EU regions in Poland via the EU Cohesion Policy funds.
Bulgaria has the lowest electricity prices in the EU
Moldova simplifies construction permits procedure
25 per cent of EU funds from the last financial framework have been already allocated in contracts, but by the end of the year this figure should have reached 50 per cent.
Serbia’s banking sector with improved CAR
Bratislava region is not as wealthy as it seems
The boost in public investment and increased capital expenditure in public sector enterprises will contribute to increased production and investment activity in private enterprises in 2017.
2016 was not a kind year to the Ukrainian economy. GDP increased by 1.8 per cent. According to experts it will not be easy for Ukraine to catch up. The external and internal conditions are not conducive to economic growth.
EC grants Romania EUR800m for infrastructure
Estonia's Nordica gets permission to sell its shares
Ukraine hopes to resolve the Russia's claim on Eurobonds
Gazprom regains half of Lithuania's gas market
Romania celebrates 10th anniversary of joining EU
Fitch downgrades Ukraine's PrivatBank to 'RD'
Bosnia with EUR47m from EU
Bulgarian regulator discusses 5 per cent increase in gas prices as of 2017