The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) points out that even if the global economy successfully overcomes the existing threats in the short term, it could still find itself in trouble.
The liberal policies of Serbia's Prime Minister Ana Brnabić are beginning to bear fruit. GDP growth in the Q1’18 reached 4.5 per cent, exceeding previous forecasts of 3.9 per cent.
Following the memorable changeover in the presidency of Russia in 2012, when Vladimir Putin and Dmitry Medvedev simply swapped places, a new plan of national development was formulated for Putin's next term in office.
The small Balkan state of Montenegro, a country closest to the full membership in the European Union out of several countries of the Western Balkan, is in a dire need for financial reforms.
The Ukrainian economy is growing very slowly. Meanwhile, the World Bank is recommending a thorough reconstruction of the entire system.
Albanians are the most sceptics in Europe – they don’t trust public institutions and see the business environment as unfavorable. Albania’s Business Confidence is projected to be 1.4 Index Points in Q2’18 according to a Trading Economics poll.
Hungarian bourse doubled its after-tax profit in 2017
EC has 4 recommendations for Croatia
Estonia: the most westernized former member of Soviet Union
Ukraine: real wages up 9.5 per cent in March 2018
Ukraine buys gas in Europe for four times higher price than the one offered by the Russian state gas giant Gazprom. But the Gazprom-Naftogaz problems go beyond the prices and gas exports.
The World Bank's Doing Business List has ranked Serbia 43rd out of 190 countries, the reform leader in South East Europe.