Romanian households will receive state aid for installing solar panels
Croatia: salaries increased 2.8 per cent y/y
Slovenia – the leader of innovation in SEE
Hungary joins AIIB
“Warsaw declaration” to be signed at the Congress of Innovators
In Hungary GIRO will be responsible for instant money transfers
Europe needs productivity growth, said Hans Peter Lankes, Managing Director for corporate strategy at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
In Bulgaria household deposits up 7 per cent y/y
Romania’s government changes boards of directors of state-owned companies
247 innovative firms share HUF68bn (EUR219m) in EU funds
China allows imports of Lithuanian dairy products
Slovaks want to save Vojany power plant
Romania could be the next EU tech-startup hub
Serbian trade unions demand higher minimum wage
Gas production is top priority for Ukrnafta due to lower royalty
Assets of investment funds in Bulgaria decreased 0.8 per cent
Banks are experiencing yet another wave of innovation, which is set to fundamentally change how they provide services.
CE Financial Observer talks with Prof. Aurelia Nowicka from the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and Alicja Adamczak, PhD, the President of the Polish Patent Office.