The government of Serbia and the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport Joint Stock Company have recently issued a call to all interested parties regarding the 25 year long concession of the biggest Serbian airport.
China plans to establish a EUR10bn fund for investments projects in CSE, declared the Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang during a summit in Riga in November 2016.
In Europe Estonia has been placed second in the 2017 Heritage Foundation's Index of Economic Freedom. Lithuania was 8th and Latvia came in at 11th. In the global ranking Estonia is the 6th.
Serbia is praised by the EU for its economic policies and criticized for the weak rule of law. Meanwhile experts discuss the reliability of the economic statistic data provided by the government of Serbia.
M&A deals in Central-Eastern Europe peaked in value in 2016 at EUR86.7bn, the highest level since 2013, according to the “Emerging Europe M&A report 2016/2017” by CMS in cooperation with EMIS.
The region of Southeast Europe (SEE) has vast technical renewable energy potential of 740 gigawatts (GW), according to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).
Serbia has come to the point in its stormy history, where it will have to choose between the European Union on the one hand and Russia on the other.
Western Balkan countries start to get impatient with the prolonged accession process. As understandable as it is, they should be aware: EU’s enlargement policy walks the tightrope.
Serbia strives to follow the dream of Yugoslavia. Access to the Western capital and Eastern markets would be a perfect solution to obsolete industry, belated economy and impoverished society.
The current ‘polycrisis’ is a chance to overhaul the EU, said Guy Verhofstadt, but Euroscepticism widens in the Balkans due to the perceived absence of the European order in the region.