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The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development's (EBRD) has slightly revised down its growth forecasts for central and eastern Europe,...
The EBRD's latest economic forecast for Central Europe raises expectations for 2014 growth, powered by Poland and Hungary.
Angel Gurria, secretary general of the OECD, is an engaging speaker – and not just because he might execute a flying tackle at any moment.
The Latvian government has agreed to sell Citadele, part of the collapsed Parex Bank, to US private equity firm Ripplewood Holdings.
Polish Investments for Development (PIR), the brainchild of Donald Tusk, is under mounting criticism, with many convinced that the agency will soon be folded into a government-owned bank
Real estate developer GTC saw its shares dive on the WSE, as it unveiled a new rights issue planned to drive acquisitions.
The Central European countries that are enthusiastic members of the EU club won the best jobs in the new European Commission.
The EU and US said they would implement new sanctions on Russia on September 12, despite the general agreement that the ceasefire in Ukraine is holding.
Estonia has continued to drum up international support for one of its internal security agents, Eston Kohver, after he was formally charged with espionage by Russia.
Russia's Gazprom is tightening the screws on its European customers, hampering them from re-exporting gas to Ukraine, just as the EU prepares to levy a further round of sanctions against Russia.