EIB to provide EUR100m for Serbian infrastructure
Czech government faces budget cuts
In 2017, the contribution of tourism to Croatian GDP increased by 0,7 per cent y/y to 19,6 per cent. Croatia earned EUR1.3bn in revenues from foreign tourist, which meant an increase of 10 per cent y/y.
According to the experts, the mass privatization of state-owned enterprises that has been launched in Ukraine, will not fulfill the hopes for a revival of the Ukrainian economy. Meanwhile, such a revival is badly needed.
The Belarusian budget may lose 20 per cent of its annual revenues as a result of the increases of the price of Russian oil. The Russian-Belarusian economic relations are unique in history, but may not last forever.
Poland and Israel’s start-ups cooperation
Naftogaz Ukrainy transferred EUR263,9m to Ukraine’s budget
Lithuania’s budget revenues above projected level
Hungary and Russia reached agreement on gas deliveries in 2019
Bulgarian companies are afraid of Brexit
Latvia’s budget revenues up 10.3 per cent