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.
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).
In November 2018, German car giant Volkswagen announced the opening of a big car factory, which would be the main plant for the production of various car models in the Central and Southeast Europe.
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.
Poland has recently said it won’t join Eurozone any time soon. So, who from the Central and Southeast Europe (CSE) is in, and who will join the Eurozone, when and why?
The transition towards low-carbon energy in Central and Southeast Europe (CSE) opens up new investment opportunities via innovative, cost-effective technologies.
In Bulgaria the transport sector accounts for 15 per cent of the GDP and employs around 200,000 people. This sector is now under new regulations of the transport through the Mobility Package 1 of the European Union.
In the first three quarters of 2018, CSE’s combined exports to China totaled USD17.6bn, a record high and up by over 20 per cent y/y. But the region has been racking up a large trade deficit with the Asian nation.
The 2019 Economic Freedom Report by The Heritage Foundation shows that the world seems to be at a crossroads — it may continue on the path of economic freedom or it may return to hindered growth and development.
The European Union is the largest single market in the world, governed by uniform rules set out in the directives and regulations. However, the interpretation of these rules is determined by the EU bureaucracy.