IMF and the governor of the Croatian National Bank organized a conference that encourages further liberal reforms in Central and southeast Europe.
IMF is offering substantial sum of money that Serbian economy is desperately needing. But restructuring of the public companies and administration might cause tensions.
During recent months there have been many positive political and economic signals coming from Minsk. However, this modest optimism has now waned substantially.
According to a Belarusian economist Jarosław Romańczuk, a quick and open privatization is not to be expected in Belarus, as it is not in the interest of the authorities.
Over 25 years ago, for political, economic, social, and ethnic reasons, the breakup of Yugoslavia has happened. Before that Yugoslavia was considered the best developed of all communist states, today most former Yugoslav...
Unorthodox economic policy is a term used not only by columnists to describe Hungarian government. Also the PM Victor Orbán uses it to describe his approach to the economy with out of the box solutions.
There are four factors that contribute to deep-seated structural obstacles to fighting corruption in Ukraine.