The Ukrainian chernozem (“black soil”) resources, which are among the largest in the world, have long attracted the attention of various domestic and foreign entities. Chernozem is the most fertile soil.
EBRD to invest EUR700m in renewable energy in Poland
Lek opens new development laboratories in Ljubljana
Average monthly wages in Estonia at EUR1400
World Bank allocates USD200m for Ukrainian agriculture
There is an increasingly clear clash between the optimistic assurances of the Russian government that the economic situation is good and the feelings of analysts and ordinary Russians who believe that the situation is bad and could get even worse.
“Many villages in Poland, not only in the eastern part of the country, are depopulating at an alarming rate,” says Professor Monika Stanny from the Institute of Rural and Agricultural Development of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
The US will help Ukraine in case of natural gas shortages
More than 300,000 Hungarians work in German companies
The bankrupted company, Agrokor changed its name to Fortenova Group. It means that the creditors’ claims will be transferred to the new group.
Slovenian Port of Koper used mainly by Austria
Czech Republic has the lowest poverty level in EU
Statistical data show that in recent years there has been no change in the degree to which Poland lags behind the United States in terms of economic development, measured as the share of employment in agriculture.
Lithuanian economy pays for the drought
Ukraine wants strong relations with Germany