Hyundai and Kia to invest EUR80m in Croatia
Slovak companies are the worst in Europe in payment discipline
The European Union is the largest single market in the world, governed by uniform rules set out in the directives and regulations. However, the interpretation of these rules is determined by the EU bureaucracy.
On the wave of public outrage caused by the disclosure of the enormous assets of Ukrainian politicians, the government in Kiev has introduced 100 per cent increase of the minimum wage from the new year.
In Hungary wages rise much faster than productivity
The number of insolvencies lower in Latvia and Estonia
Imported gas in Romania reaches a third of total consumption
CSE inhabitants are earning approx. 2.5 times less than the core of the EU, but if extreme cases are omitted, it turns out that most CSE countries do not compete for investors by lowering wages.