According to the report, “Central and Eastern Europe PE Statistics 2019,” total PE and VC investment in the Central and Southeast Europe (CSE) region reached its second highest annual result to date in value terms at...
According to the latest European-wide survey, perception of corruption is still highest in former postcommunist countries of Central and Southeast Europe (CSE). However, statistics also show that attitudes towards corruption are...
The increase in the value of merger and acquisition transactions announced in the world and in Europe in 2018 was also observed in the emerging markets of Europe.
CSE inhabitants are earning approx. 2.5 times less than the core of the EU, but if extreme cases are omitted, it turns out that most CSE countries do not compete for investors by lowering wages.
The countries of Central and Southeast Europe have stopped narrowing the gap even with sluggish Western Europe as a result of slower productivity growth and lower capital accumulation in the Western Europe.
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.
Central European Financial Observer talks to George Magnus, a former Chief Economist and Senior Economic Adviser of UBS, London.