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.
VW will build small e-car in Slovakia
Increase of non-EU citizens in Hungary
Romania activates 5G services
Slovaks buy more expensive cars than Czechs
New investment program in Slovenia
Russia and China to sign a deal for two nuclear reactors
Hyundai and Kia to invest EUR80m in Croatia
Slovak companies are the worst in Europe in payment discipline
The downturn in the automotive market has contributed to a slowdown in the European economy. This is affecting the German car industry and its suppliers, mainly from Central and Southeast Europe (CSE).
New Land Rover Defender to be built in Slovakia
Romania’s UiPath reaches USD7bn valuation
Russian leading internet company is working on a driverless technology together with Hyunday and with the blessing of Russian government.
Volkswagen Slovakia is laying off 3,000 workers at its plant in Bratislava. But is the widespread view that this is due to a shift towards e-car production a valid argument?
Volkswagen closed one of its factories in Slovakia
Huawei to launch digital transformation hub in Serbia