Poland: On Sundays retail trade is limited
Ukraine: Three telecommunication companies take part in 4G tender
Bulgaria will use EUR9.88bn to improve energy efficiency
In Latvia retail trade turnover up 4.5 per cent (October 2017)
Ukraine will transport up to 150 bcm of natural gas every year
Additional BGN80m to help long-term unemployed in Bulgaria
EUR11.6m to modernize Poland’s rail transport
Lithuania: more passengers travel by air
Czech Republic: the most popular destination for emerging market bonds
Bulgaria: Judges will earn more
Lithuania – the fastest grower in terms of innovation in CEE
Western brands expand in Ukraine
EBRD will invest in Polish retail stores Żabka
Ukraine imposes antidumping duties on Russian nitrogen fertilizers
In Lithuania, public holidays are an opportunity for many Lithuanians to take advantage of a day off and go shopping in Poland.
Agrokor is not only a business venture. It is, as many companies in the Central and Southeast Europe, also a political issue. To understand the business part we have to look at the political relations.
Is Agrokor too big to fail? The food producer and retailer has an income of 15 per cent of Croatia’s GDP but its insolvency means real trouble in the Balkans.