Latvians with EUR12.79m in tax refunds in mid-March
Bulgaria: inflation rate in February at 0.3 per cent
Slovakia: average wage to exceed EUR1,000 in 2018
EC warns against overheating of Hungary’s economy, Hungary disagrees
The Fitch rating agency has raised Croatia’s rating from BB to BB+ with stable prospects, thanks to stable economic growth, strong tourist season and improved public finances.
According to the World Bank global economic growth will accelerate from 3.0 to 3.1 per cent in 2018. In the subsequent years growth will slow down, due to the lack of investment, decline in productivity and ageing of societies.
EC: Latvia with the biggest GDP growth in the Baltics
Ukraine: Naftogaz with the reserves of 8-9 bcm after heating season
The economic policy leaders participating in the annual meetings of the IMF and the World Bank called on central banks to continue policies based on low interest rates.
In Bulgaria housing loans are up 7.4 per cent
Romanian bourse with the new CEO
In December the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia voted for the Budget for 2018. The total projected costs are RSD1,207bn, while the total projected government revenues amount to RSD1,178bn.
We have launched a debate on the adoption of the single currency, but there is no decision nor a schedule yet, said Boris Vujčić, the Governor of the Croatian National Bank.
The World Bank's Doing Business List has ranked Serbia 43rd out of 190 countries, the reform leader in South East Europe.