The Polish education system is still lagging behind its Western counterparts and suffers from an inferiority complex. However, data from European studies indicate that there are some areas Poles can be proud of.
Prague and Wrocław among the fastest growing cities
German Continental to open EUR95m plant in Lithuania
As the only Central and Southeast (CSE) country Estonia moved from a position of a Moderate Innovator into a group of Strong Innovators in the European Innovation Scoreboard 2019 (EIS) prepared by the European Commission (EC).
In the middle of April, the Croatian government adopted two key economic policy documents: The National Convergence Program 2019-2022 and the National Reform Program 2019.
Bulgaria: pensions will go up in 2019
6,500 of Romanian teachers left the country
Croatia expects creation of new jobs
High rate of employment among the recent graduates in Hungary
Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, and augmented reality will change the process of education forever. According to researchers, in a decade disruption will bring tangible results in the struggle against inequality.
Arrival of summer in Croatia brings the problem of working force in certain fields. It is primarily a problem in tourism, construction and agriculture, but also in other sectors.
Bulgaria will spend additional EUR19m on education and science in 2018
Hungary and Poland in the top 10 most attractive places to invest
At a recent meeting of the ECOFIN and representatives of the Republic of Serbia, the guidelines for further economic and social reforms on the path of Serbia to membership in the European Union have been agreed.