The Serbian Minister of Commerce, Tourism and Telecommunications, Rasim Ljajić predicts that the 40 per cent fall of value of the TRY cannot be without consequences for Serbia and will have its effect on prospective investors.
The Ukrainian trade deficit is growing and the country is not able to break its economic dependence on Russia, despite the association agreement with the European Union (EU).
Although in 2017 the positive balance in Polish trade was lower than in the two previous years, we can still talk about structural factors favoring the maintenance of a surplus in Polish foreign trade.
One year after the agreement on a free trade area between Ukraine and the European Union entered into force, the first positive results can be noticed.
When the leaders of the EU states decided to extend economic sanctions imposed on Russia by another half a year, Polish producers received this news calmly.
The Russian economy is going through the most difficult times in the 16-year-period of Vladimir Putin’s rule. The years of foreign investment expansion may be history.