The European Bank of Reconstruction and development (EBRD) has a positive outlook for Latvia in 2019. It expects Latvian growth to be the highest among the Baltic States and forecasts is at 3.5 per cent of GDP.
Majority of Romanian companies lack the workforce
European Commission questions Tallinn-Helsinki tunnel
Czech Republic leads EU in number of job vacancies
Grabar-Kitarovic: Croatia lacks good greenfield investments
Romania needs 500,000 more employees in five years
Slovakia has a new central bank’s governor
The position of young people on the Serbian labor market is extremely unenviable. It’s hard to find a job and they rarely have the opportunity to get a permanent one.
Latvia's railways to buy Škoda trains for EUR240m
Hungary issues work permits for non-EU workers
Statistical data show that in recent years there has been no change in the degree to which Poland lags behind the United States in terms of economic development, measured as the share of employment in agriculture.
Central and Southeast European (CSE) spending on robotics and related services will grow to more than USD4.2bn in 2020, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC).
EU provides EUR500m of assistance to Ukraine
CSE among the most dynamic high-tech centers in Europe
Latvia’s national carrier in search for strategic investor
Slovenian companies struggle to find skilled workers