CSE and CIS
Boosted by the country’s economic recovery and historically low interest rates across the Eurozone, the Croatian real estate market experienced significant investments in retail, office and hotel and hospitality sectors in 2015.
What disconcerts people living in the region today is not the fact that they have to cohabitate in multinational countries, but unsatisfactory living conditions: low wages, high unemployment, poverty. In Kosovo 34% of residents live for up to $2 a day.
While the rest of the CEE was either rapidly moving towards a democratic capitalist model, or languishing in post-communist malaise, but a least with new political and economic freedom, much of the Western Balkans plunged into war in which 140,000 people died and economies were devastated.