The Kosovo economy is showing signs of improvement, the IMF noted in its first review of the Stand-by Arrangement with the country.
Poland’s Development Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has unveiled a 5-pillar “economic roadmap” for the country over the next 25 years.
US company Exxon and Romania’s biggest oil company OMV Petrom have estimated a gas deposit they are exploring in the Black Sea at about 100 billion cubic meters.
Private passenger rail operator RegioJet could exit the Slovak market after the government proposed free rail travel for children, students and pensioners Slovaks.
The Polish government has started analytical works on merging oil&gas sector firms PKN Orlen, Lotos and PGNiG, but critics dismiss the idea as a non-starter.
It may surprise some, but Poland's furniture assembly lines have made the country a production powerhouse, the fourth biggest manufacturer of furniture in the world.
ECB and Moody’s are warning that Poland’s incoming bank tax threatens the profitability and credit ratings of the country’s lenders.
Polish M&A will likely continue to spur in the real estate, telcom, IT and health care sectors in 2016.
Standard & Poor’s surprise move on January 15th to cut Poland’s credit rating one notch from A- to BBB+ and assigning a negative outlook has hurt Polish pride, raised its borrowing costs and hit equities, bonds and...
Investors are positive about commercial real estate in Central and Eastern Europe, with the Polish office market a preferred destination for investors, followed by the Czech market and Poland’s retail market, according to...