Economists suspect figures are being massaged to improve economic picture.
Despite winning the election on October 15, the three-party government of Civic Coalition, the Third Way and the Left is yet to take over power because of obstruction by the outgoing Law and Justice party.
Rejection of Ukrainian accession would deal a significant blow to the country's morale amidst the ongoing war with Russia, particularly given the hold-up in the US Congress to further US aid.
The Ministry of Finance projects a public deficit of 6.5% of GDP this year and 6% of GDP next year.
ECB says that preventing the NBP governor from performing his duties could affect the bank's independence.
Fico’s cabinet is reported to be pushing through the change in an effort to safeguard Smer politicians under investigation and stop the investigations from spreading further into Smer ranks.
North Macedonia's decision to open airspace to allow Lavrov to attend sparked a boycott by Ukraine, Poland and the Baltic states.
Liberty Ostrava's restructuring plans are reportedly backed by all its creditors. Company claims strategic investor ready to inject €200mn.
COP28 host, the United Arab Emirates, has planned to use its status at the UN annual climate conference in Dubai to make new oil and gas deals with as many as 15 member nations, according to leaked briefing documents obtained by the BBC.
Host North Macedonia and Bulgaria have suspended Western sanctions to allow Lavrov to fly into the Nato member state for the OSCE conference.
Protesters said they are not ruling out escalating the blockade to cover all eight Polish-Ukrainian border crossings.
Falling birth rate and rising number of greenfield investments creates shortage of native workers.
Poland’s President Andrzej Duda swore in a Law and Justice (PiS) government led by Mateusz Morawiecki on November 27 despite the proposed cabinet’s clear lack of majority in the new parliament that emerged after last month’s election.
Orban has continued to threaten to block additional support for Ukraine, the start of Ukraine's EU accession negotiations, and a new round of sanctions against Russia.
New report warns rise of right wing extreme nationalist groups are a "serious risk factor" in the region and undermine efforts to preserve peace.
Hungary will only receive remaining €9.5bn of the RRF payments when it meets 27 “super milestones” in order to ensure the protection of the union's financial interests.
Chinese-Slovak joint venture to build 20 GWh battery plant that will employ 1,500.
Short-selling hedge fund accuses Czech property group of misstating value of assets.
Acceptance of foreign funds for political purposes, or the attempt to conceal them, would be punishable by up to three years in prison.
Strong disinflation and the stability of financial markets allow the National Bank to continue monetary easing, but external risks continue to warrant a cautious approach, MNB deputy governor Barnabas Virag said.