Romania's Romgaz teams up with Azerbaijan's SOCAR
Bulgaria targets balanced budget in 2020
The influx of workers from Ukraine boosts Poland's GDP by 0.3-0.9 percentage point per year, but this positive impulse won't step up anymore, predicts Jakub Growiec, an economic adviser at Poland’s central bank, NBP.
Romania's Ambassador to Pakistan, Nicolae Goia, has discussed with Pakistani Prime Minister's chief assistant Sayed Zulfikar Abbas Bukhari on bringing Pakistani workers to Romania.
Lithuania introduces quotas for non-EU workers
Serbia want to convert CHF-denominated mortgages
Capital investments in Ukraine up 68 per cent
Foreign remittances to Albania increased 5.3 per cent y/y
Majority of Latvian banks’ clients are from the EU
Almost 200,000 Ukrainians with residence permit in Poland
The experts from the Economist Intelligence Unit are pointing out that the population of Central and Southeast Europe will decrease by nearly 34 million people over the next 33 years.
One of the biggest medium-term risks for Ukraine's economy is emigration, especially in the conditions of low growth of labor productivity.
In Q3’17 Moldovans sent back home EUR135m
Latvia: quarrels over the merger of telecom operators
Moody’s: Hungary’s banking sector with positive outlook
29 per cent of the young Slovaks want to leave the country for good