In 2018, the 28 European Union member states issued a total sum of over 3 million residence permits to non-EU nationals. Poland was the most generous country in terms of the amount of permits, having issued over 600,000.
Central banks may use conventional or unconventional forms of monetary policy. Whichever is chosen by the European Central Bank (ECB) it influences all Central and Southeast European (CSE) countries.
During the 10th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) participants discussed the circular economy as a pathway to well-being in the Baltic Sea Region
Investment in the Eurozone is still lower than it was before the 2008 crisis. Boosting public investment is a key condition that has to be fulfilled to stimulate activity in the private sector.
Banks in Estonia have not yet plugged all the gaps in their money laundering controls, the Baltic state’s regulator said, pledging to maintain a clampdown.
European Statistical Office (Eurostat) published two key comparative data on the development of European Union member states, based on which the so-called "convergence" is estimated.
Setting up the Eurozone without establishing an asset that would guarantee its stability was a mistake, says Professor Ricardo Reis from the London School of Economics.
As the only Central and Southeast (CSE) country Estonia moved from a position of a Moderate Innovator into a group of Strong Innovators in the European Innovation Scoreboard 2019 (EIS) prepared by the European Commission (EC).
After a number of tax evasion and money laundering schemes have been revealed in recent years, the Parliament of the European Union established a special committee to investigate the EU taxation policies.
In the past 25 years, exports played an almost dominant role in the economic growth of the Central and Southeast Europe (CSE). In this period Poland strengthened its role as an exporter of intermediate goods.