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Goncz was credited for using the limited powers of the presidential post to enforce Hungary's fledgling democratic constitution.
After the sacking of their predecessors, the new management of Polish state-controlled utility Tauron has restarted talks on the acquisition of the ailing Brzeszcze coal mine.
Vocational education has fallen out of fashion in Poland, leaving companies short of skilled workers.
While cheaper oil should help Central Europe, which imports the vast bulk of its energy, it will also drag on inflation and export demand, says the IMF.
Slovenska Posta and Swan rolled out full services at the Slovakia's fourth mobile phone operator, 4KA, on October 5. It will be a squeeze for the company to push into a busy sector.
Hungary's "preferred" ownership structure for MKB Bank includes foreign investors, the CEO of the state-owned lender said on October 5, despite a recent push to see more banks in local hands.
The government has sacked the top executives of utility Tauron after they dragged their feet over following a state-sponsored plan to support the troubled coalmining industry.
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has reportedly scrapped a plant to open a big service centre in the Czech Republic.
Drunk on cheap money, investors threw caution to the wind as they hunted returns in Southeast European real estate in the boom before the 2008 crash. Can they stay sober this time round?
Poland will transfer up to 100% of lossmaking coalminer Kompania Weglowa to a state-owned company TF Silesia, in which state-controlled energy companies will take stakes.