Romanian nuclear power producer triples net profit
Kosovo with EUR38.5m funding from the EU to upgrade railway
Poland has one of the cheapest food in the European Union. The only country with cheaper food in Europe is Macedonia.
Central and Southeast European (CSE) countries without doubt appear to be the ones with the lowest prices in the European Union. Poles, Hungarians or Romanians pay less for basic food products than Danes, Swedes or Brits.
Central European countries want to play a more important role in the European Union and such initiatives as the Visegrad Group are meant to help achieving that goal.
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