EIB to provide EUR100m for Serbian infrastructure
Czech government faces budget cuts
2019 budget is supposed to ensure the growth of Ukrainian economy, but economists are presenting conflicting opinions and raise several doubts.
Poland should increase its investment rate, i.e. the ratio of the gross fixed capital formation to the GDP. The economy needs such an increase, which is also confirmed by international comparisons.
Changes in short-term interest rates have a significant impact on the economy, but the size of this impact is curbed by a relatively small role of credit as a source of financing for Polish enterprises.
Experts raises Hungary’s 2019 GDP forecast to 3,4 per cent y/y
Czech-Ukrainian forum to promote trade between two countries
Record year for Romanian eCommerce market
Latvian economy with the fastest growth in the Nordic region
Inflation in Croatia grows
Ukraine's GDP growth the highest in the last seven years
The clientelist principle by which family and friends of officials always get good state jobs once again excited the public. There are many cases of nepotism and corruption in the Southeast Europe.
Ukraine’s inflation falls to 9.8 per cent y/y in 2018
Bulgaria's GDP Growth to Speed up according to independent experts
Labor costs have been rising at the fast rate, but they still are only 12.6 per cent of the operating costs. Poland has large pockets of underpaid labor in the economy, says Piotr Boguszewski, PhD.