Blackstone closes EUR1bn acquisition of a Baltic bank
Dubrovnik to introduce cruising tax
For years, Russia has been compensating its own population decrease by leaving its borders open for migration from “donor countries” in the former Soviet Union.
Remittances to Ukraine to grow in 2019
Bucharest airport with the record number of passengers
Minimum wage in Slovakia will exceed EUR500
The number of Poles eager to work in the UK drops
Bulgaria: NPP Belene caused protests
Lithuania plans to limit work-related immigration
Russia’s daily crude oil production 30-year-high
Slovakia: Peter Kažimír the 2018 European Finance Minister of the Year
More than one-fourth of Macedonians with higher education live abroad. Neither the European integration nor foreign investment were able to protect Macedonia against the dramatic outflow of labor force and brain drain.
Hungarian MOL with car-sharing service
Bucharest: EUR22m for electric buses
The working age population significantly decreased in the economies of Central and Southeast Europe due to the falling birth rate and emigration, which also caused a decline in the quality of human capital.
Cheaper gas for Ukrainian companies
Romanian banking sector will gain momentum in 2019