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Gazprom’s response to EU legislation has the potential to radically alter its export strategy.
Italian utility Enel is demanding €588mn compensation from Slovakia for the state's takeover of the operation of the Gabcikovo hydropower plant, according to the Slovak economy minister.
Czechs have little faith in public institutions and believe corruption to be widespread in many key areas of the public sector, according to research by the Prague-based Public Opinion Research Centre.
Stanislav Gross had once been seen as the Social Democratic Party's "crown prince", but his premiership ended in a corruption scandal.
Polish defence spending is set to reach 2% of gross domestic product this year, with economic growth enabling Warsaw to hit the Nato target amid rising fears over Russia.
The Slovak government is putting together a plan to raise its stake in power producer Slovenske Elektrarne, Prime Minister Robert Fico confirmed.
The Budapest Gypsy Symphony Orchestra has been classed as "a unique element of Hungarian culture". Except now there are two of them.
Central Europe's economies should have steady, if subdued, growth this year and next, forecasts the International Monetary Fund in the April edition of its World Economic Outlook.
The Smolensk plane crash 5 years ago that killed Poland’s President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others continues to divide the nation to this day.
Estonia’s new rainbow coalition government has been sworn in with a manifesto promising to widen the benefits of economic growth to all.