More than 25 years have passed since the collapse of the Soviet Union. Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia have an indisputable reputation of being the most developed of former republics of USSR.
Ukraine should have a better position in the Doing Business ranking
Czech’s real estate price growth – the fastest in the EU
Bulgaria has the lowest electricity prices in the EU
Moldova simplifies construction permits procedure
Bulgaria with second lowest life expectancy in EU
Lithuania will spend EUR50m on renovating old blocks of flats
BiH economic growth down to 2.0 per cent in 2016
One out of eleven Czechs can lose his property
Controversies over Kosovo’s real estate
Emigration momentum in early 2017
Famous Hungarian Eiffel Palace for sale
Consumer prices in Latvia increased 3.3 per cent
Bulgarian, Romanian and Hungarian real estate markets will attract the interest of opportunistic investors as they offer high levels of profitability and growth potential.
M&A deals in Central-Eastern Europe peaked in value in 2016 at EUR86.7bn, the highest level since 2013, according to the “Emerging Europe M&A report 2016/2017” by CMS in cooperation with EMIS.
The beginning of the year brings changes that will provide relief to the Hungarians after several years of belt-tightening.