Real estate investments in Czech Republic reach EUR1.9bn
Bratislava and Ljubljana among European capitals of smart tourism
Estonia offers grants for the purchase of electric vehicles
Stress tests show Slovenian banking system is stable
EC criticizes Albania in Economic Reform Program 2019
Bulgaria’s largest telecoms company goes on sale
Prague and Warsaw are the best places to invest in real estate in the region
EUR160m e-car parts factory opened in Serbia
The Czech capital city, Prague is not only one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, but it is also quickly becoming one of the most expensive ones, at least as far as property prices are concerned.
Accor with Orbis Group to open 10 new hotels in Romania
Budapest home market overvaluation risk grows
Czech parliament wants new regulations on debt trap
In Slovakia the highest in a decade real estate prices
In Hungary commercial real estate investments rise
Dacia becomes 12th most popular car brand in the EU
Judging by the real estate prices, the consequences of the financial crisis have almost entirely disappeared. In Poland housing prices are rising again.
The macroeconomic imbalances in the economies of the European Union member states are improving slowly but surely. The survey on imbalances conducted by the European Commission assesses risks of another crisis.