The Ukrainian government should seek a new support program with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) of up to USD10bn, with a duration of up to four years, the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) believes.
The main constraint for Croatia's long-term economic growth is the growth of productivity, and not demographic problems the country, together with Central and Southeast Europe (CSE), faces.
There is an increasingly clear clash between the optimistic assurances of the Russian government that the economic situation is good and the feelings of analysts and ordinary Russians who believe that the situation is bad and...
Sarajevo hosted the annual meeting of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). It attracted political and economic stakeholders of the Balkan region.
In the middle of April, the Croatian government adopted two key economic policy documents: The National Convergence Program 2019-2022 and the National Reform Program 2019.
The forecasts for the growth of the Ukrainian economy are being revised downward. At best the country is facing stagnation this year, and at worst – an economic collapse.
Ukraine and the IMF have agreed upon a new program of financial assistance. The previous program ended in failure — the government in Kiev did not receive the full amount of assistance funds and the expected economic effects...
In May 2018, the European Central Bank published a report stating that Bulgaria is not ready for the accession to the Eurozone, although the country fulfils the formal criteria. Bulgarians think the accession process is not fast...
The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) points out that even if the global economy successfully overcomes the existing threats in the short term, it could still find itself in trouble.
The liberal policies of Serbia's Prime Minister Ana Brnabić are beginning to bear fruit. GDP growth in the Q1’18 reached 4.5 per cent, exceeding previous forecasts of 3.9 per cent.