A mere 10 years ago, television was by far the most important source of information about the world for most Russians (94 percent). Today, only 72 percent of Russians use their TV sets to get new.
At the end of July 2018, the Russian daily Kommersant informed about a draft of legislation that, if approved, would oblige smartphone and computer producers in Russia to pre-install domestically developed software and applications.
The European Commission launched in Sofia a Digital Agenda for the Western Balkans in order to support the transition of the region to the digital economy and enable the benefits of digital transformation.
Latvia with the biggest budget surplus ever
Romania: 40 per cent of internet users run banking operations each week
Ukraine’s NBU: no potential buyers of banks with Russian capital
Romania: average mobile internet consumption doubles in 2017
The “Roam like at Home” rule becomes effective in all European Union countries. It means that mobile roaming fees should disappear.
Moldovan government increased tax on tobacco and oil products
Retails investors subscribe over 4 million shares in Romanian MedLife IPO
Hungary’s corporate tax to be lowered to 9 per cent
Russia bans access to LinkedIn professional network
Exports in Lithuania and Latvia is declining
Construction boom in Bulgarian Plovdiv province
Iranian oil supertanker arrives in Gdańsk
Slovakia has drown only 1.85 per cent of EU funds
Ukrainian government considers free trade area with Indonesia
Latvia and Estonia are leaders among OECD members in the use of fiber connections