Estonia was urged to reinforce regional cooperation in offshore power generation and stimulate Baltic wind power cooperation as the North Sea wind power forges ahead.
Four countries of Central and Southeast Europe are considered as advanced economies in the World Economic Forum The Inclusive Development rating: Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia and Estonia.
When the criteria for voting for the new headquarters of the two EU agencies that have to move from London after Brexit were agreed, the process was clarified by comparison with the vote for the best Eurovision song.
Slow economic growth encourages many OECD countries to launch tax reforms aimed to increase individual and business activities.
The new requirements of the MiFID II Directive, which enters into force on January 3rd, 2018, will significantly change trade of shares, bonds and derivatives in the European Union.
The Baltic mergers and acquisitions market recorded a rise of 20 per cent in the first eight months of 2017 y/y, according to Riga-based corporate finance company Prudentia M&A Folio Report.
Romania is the European Union's leader in terms of the proportion of owner-occupied dwellings in the overall housing structure. The other new EU member states are not far behind in this respect.
The European Union's Payment Services Directive (PSD2) tightens the requirements for remote access to accounts and electronic transaction orders. Despite its adoption, the severity of these requirements still has not been determined.
The EU as an economy is lagging behind because its competitiveness is falling, for example compared with China, believes Stefano da Empoli, the head of the Institute for Competitiveness in Rome.
Beijing has not proposed an attractive development offer to Central and Southeast European countries from the “16+1” group.