Countries in Central and Southeast Europe (CSE) show larger share of value added by foreign-controlled enterprises to their economies than their peers in western and southern Europe. They also have a higher share of foreign companies and the value added by is still disproportionately high.
Countries trying to attract investors have developed Citizenship by Investment Programs (CIP) and Golden Visa programs for foreign investors. These are programs under which states offer citizenship and passports to real estate investors, state development funds and government bonds.
In the first three quarters of 2019, Hungary, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Poland, Romania and Slovakia recorded a real estate investment volume of EUR9bn, according to a report from Colliers, with office sector being the most preferred.
The revenues of the apricot market in Central and Southeast Europe (CSE) amounted to USD318m in 2018, down 5.8 per cent against the previous year, according to IndexBox’s report: “Eastern Europe – Apricots – Market Analysis, Forecast, Size, Trends and Insights”.
W regionie Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej nastąpiły znaczące zmiany w bankowości. Przed kryzysem w 2008 r. największy wzrost aktywów dotyczył kredytów mieszkaniowych, natomiast dziś zauważalny jest przede wszystkim wzrost kredytów gotówkowych „niecelowych”.
For the first time in the history of the United Nations (UN), all member countries will be able to apply for the Secretary General job and Bulgaria has not one, but potentially two suitable candidates.
In the countries of CSE region subsequent projects on construction of nuclear power plants have been unsuccessful. The question of the economic sense of their development in Poland recurs, including the on-going election campaign.