Hungary with the record number of foreign visitors in 2018
The IMF calls for improvement of business climate in Croatia
In November 2018, Danish national transmission system operator Energinet and Polish state transmission system operator Gaz-System S.A. took the final decision to commence the construction of the Baltic Pipe project.
Bulgaria sticks to its coal-fired power plants
Estonians travel less but spend more abroad
On November 19th, 2018, Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan marked the completion of the offshore phase of a gas pipeline linking the two nations from underneath the Black Sea.
The development of the huge gas field in the Romanian part of the Black Sea could be halted due to the new legislation that angered the major oil&gas companies.
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 Hungarian government wants to diversify the sources of natural gas imports, with Polish and Croatia terminals supplying the US and Qatari LNG. But its main focus remains Russian gas, as the Turskstream pipeline makes clear.
Hungarian PMI decreased
Poland wants to develop relations with African countries
Latvia: freight transportation up 8.6 per cent in 9 months
Czech CEZ wants to sell its Bulgarian assets to India Power
Serbia will improve navigation on the inland waterways
Nord Stream 2: 250 km of the pipeline constructed