2019 budget is supposed to ensure the growth of Ukrainian economy, but economists are presenting conflicting opinions and raise several doubts.
Fiscal policy in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is poorly coordinated with monetary policy, which doesn’t help the successful functioning of country's economy.
Bulgaria’s debt: 25.6 per cent of GDP in 2017
Lithuania: the number of airports’ passengers up
After a few relatively good years, Ukraine is again getting into difficulties with the balance of payments. Economists believe that the deficit is a worrying sign indicating the beginning of a cycle of capital outflow.
When the former Yugoslavian federation fell apart, many macroeconomic issues stayed behind. The official arbitrary dissolution of Yugoslav properties and debts is still looming over six republics.
Ukraine’s state debt to be UAH215bn (EUR7bn) in 2018
Carmakers located in Slovakia look for new employees