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.
In early May of 2017, the Government of Serbia issued an executive act that regulates the privatization of the last state owned shares in domestic banks.
After a few years spent under the radar of the Serbian public, the question of PKB Corporation, the largest agricultural company in the country, surfaced once more, attracting the opinions of many experts with different views and...
The government of Serbia and the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport Joint Stock Company have recently issued a call to all interested parties regarding the 25 year long concession of the biggest Serbian airport.
Ukraine is plagued by numerous problems, but corruption breeds the biggest one of all – the crisis of confidence, says Aivaras Abromavicius, former Ukrainian Minister of the Economy.
Ukrainian commentators are fairly sceptical in their assessment of the chances of two former deputy PM – Polish Leszek Balcerowicz and Slovac Ivan Miklos – who are to assist in reforming the Ukrainian economy. Considering...
After last year's failure, the Ukrainian government plans a huge sale of state-owned companies in 2016. But critics worry that rather than helping reform the inefficient and corrupt economy, privatisation will strengthen the grip...
The Ukrainian hryvnia is once again sliding. Since there are no new macroeconomic reasons for that, it is suspected that the unfavorable hryvnia trends are caused by speculation.