Each of the Brexit options, starting from a soft Brexit, and ending with a hard one, is ultimately a choice between the lesser of two evils.
Accor with Orbis Group to open 10 new hotels in Romania
Budapest home market overvaluation risk grows
One of Europe’s largest wind power plants to open in Ukraine
Tallinn Airport with record year and expansion plan
Romania hopes to become a regular OECD member
Latvian airBaltic with record number of passengers in 2018
Estonia: 295,000 people at risk of poverty
Chinese takes over Serbian copper mining company
Czech Prime Minister talked about Brexit in London
Poland’s national carrier cancels flights due to strike
The cross-border provision of financial services poses a major challenge to address in the context of Brexit. The total value of exports of British financial and related services exceeds EUR100bn.
Bulgarian companies are afraid of Brexit
Latvia’s budget revenues up 10.3 per cent
When the criteria for voting for the new headquarters of the two EU agencies that have to move from London after Brexit were agreed, the process was clarified by comparison with the vote for the best Eurovision song.
In Bulgaria renewable energy consumption up 10 per cent in 2017
Bucharest competes to host two European agencies