Economic cooperation between Serbia and Kosovo is a missing link. It is an important instrument for establishing normal relations between these two entities or two countries.
On May 2018, Dušan Vujović, the Serbian Minister of Finance submitted his resignation. Siniša Mali, the mayor of Belgrade, replaced him.
The Ukrainian economy is growing very slowly. Meanwhile, the World Bank is recommending a thorough reconstruction of the entire system.
By announcing the Agrokor creditor agreement, the largest Croatian corporation enters a new phase of existence.
According to a Colliers International report, 2017 was a strong year for the real estate market in Romania, especially in the office, investment and land segments.
On June 4th, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a counter-sanctions legislation titled “On measures of influence (counteraction) on unfriendly actions of the United States of America and (or) other foreign states”.
The European Commission (EC) issued a report on the Serbia’s progress in reforms and praises Serbian economic developments. Good progress is achieved in some major areas, particularly with regard to the budget deficit.
Albanians are the most sceptics in Europe – they don’t trust public institutions and see the business environment as unfavorable. Albania’s Business Confidence is projected to be 1.4 Index Points in Q2’18 according to a Trading Economics poll.
St. Petersburg, although is the second biggest city in Russia, is still lagging behind not only most of the European metropolises, but also its more immediate competitor – Moscow.
Romanian investors made total direct investment of EUR736m in other countries in 2017, according to National Bank of Romania (BNR) data. It means that Romania has the lowest level of external investment in Europe.