Serbia has to seize the opportunity from the successful fiscal consolidation, said Aleksandar Vlahovic, President of the Serbian Association of Economists during the Kopaonik Business Forum.
A positive effect of retirement age extension for Belarusian GDP might be lower than expected due to the lack of other necessary reforms.
Figures for 2016 show that Latvia trailed Lithuania and Estonia in import and export volume, while Lithuania has the largest trade deficit.
Western ideas for the modernization of the Ukrainian economy are encountering growing resistance in Ukraine. It turns out that some of them do more harm than good.
Hungarian PMI falls in December while Polish hits 17-month high
Latvia’s budget revenues projected at over EUR8bn
Two main objectives of the reform of Croatian tax system are increase of the sustainability of the public debt and promotion of the economic growth and employment.
European experts discussed problems that Europe is facing and will face: the Russian threat (or opportunity), globalization, ageing, migration, good governance, finance trade and macroeconomics.
Ukraine to get EUR25m more in 2017-2018 from EU
The Slovak Republic: increased sale of electric cars
Moldovan cabinet approves the increase of the lump-sum allowance for first childbirth
Ukrainian cabinet approves action plan for „Open Government” 2016-2018
Moldova will improve monitoring use of European funds
Romania: ArcelorMittal invests EUR6.5m in Galati steel plant
Ukrainian politicians are counting on a new Marshall plan that would benefit their country. The chances for the implementation of this idea are very slim.