Hungary’s corporate tax to be lowered to 9 per cent
Russia bans access to LinkedIn professional network
Germany would provide a loan of up to EUR32.5m to Ukraine
Latvia with the new head of the State Revenue Service
ERB bank without license
Hungarian central bank to ease monetary conditions
Lithuanian Railways and PKN Orlen without agreement
Hungary is the third best in the EU in public debt reduction
Slovenia launches tender to buy back securities
Slovak companies on CE Technology Fast 50 List
Robust growth needed to reach GDP goals in Hungary
Serbia’s central government debt narrows to 72.1 per cent GDP at end August 2016
Romanian energy trading company charged with tax evasion
Ukraine’s GDP up 1.4 per cent in Q2’16
In Hungary wages are up 7 per cent y/y in July’16
Bulgaria is ready to transport 15 bcm of gas via Balkan Hub Project.
Cigarettes in Bulgaria will be more expensive
Lithuanian Energy’s Vilnius CHP plant with EUR150m financing from EU
Poland wants to get connected to Norwegian gas deposits
Ukrainian GDP growth expected at 2.9 per cent
Hungarian T-bill yields dropped further
Latvian-Estonian high-voltage power line route approved
Two years after overthrowing former president Viktor Yanukovich, there is no worse place in Europe for doing business than Ukraine.
The Bank of National Economy (Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego, BGK) is exempted from the tax, but participates in the creation of the WIBOR. This could disrupt the market.