Romania activates 5G services
Slovaks buy more expensive cars than Czechs
Accor with Orbis Group to open 10 new hotels in Romania
Budapest home market overvaluation risk grows
The Poland Prize offers opportunities to the best foreign start-ups
Ukraine’s exports to the EU is almost a half of total exports
EU provides EUR500m of assistance to Ukraine
CSE among the most dynamic high-tech centers in Europe
The European Union is the largest single market in the world, governed by uniform rules set out in the directives and regulations. However, the interpretation of these rules is determined by the EU bureaucracy.
Against the background of deteriorating relations between the United States and China, the European Union's strong economic ties with the two countries pose a serious dilemma.
East Ukraine to get EUR50 from UNDP and EU
Romania: EU minister’s resignation
Russia imposes sanctions on Ukraine, EU opposes it
Estonian money laundering affects other branches of Danske Bank
The automotive companies operating in Europe are in trouble. The decline in the sales of diesel cars indicates that manufacturers may not be able to meet the targets for CO2 emissions.
Latvia with the biggest budget surplus ever
Romania: 40 per cent of internet users run banking operations each week