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.
FDI in Bosnia and Herzegovina reached EUR400m
Slovenia to establish international AI research centre
Czech’s purchasing power up
Estonia: production of construction companies increases
Serbia's gross domestic product will accelerate to 4 per cent in 2018 but if Serbia wants to catch up with other countries in the region and Europe, a constant growth of 5% and more is needed.
In 2017, the value of fixed capital formation in the EU member states increased by EUR123bn y/y. In Poland, it was EUR5.5bn higher y/y, but its share in relation to GDP decreased to the lowest level in 20 years.
Bulgaria will introduce an e-toll system
Latvia: construction costs up in 2018
Luxury goods sector grows in Poland
Hungary: the number of home loans up 23 per cent in 2017
Bulgaria: 24.2 per cent increase in the construction production
Ukraine may start seizing Gazprom's assets
Norwegians invest EUR18.7m in a biomass-fuelled power plant in Croatia
Slovakia: construction sector in December 2017 with the sharpest drop in EU
Hungary: the volume of construction up 38.1 per cent y/y (Oct 2017)
Over 2 million tourists in Romania