Turkish growth is expected to slow to 3.5% this year, from a forecast 9.5% in 2021, while for Russia, GDP growth is forecast to slow to 2% from 4.5%.
Dealmaking returns to pre-pandemic levels as confidence recovers and low interest rates and big cash piles push up valuations.
Ministers refute President Zoran Milanovic’s claim that troops will be withdrawn in case of an escalation of the conflict.
Oil and gas group INA and state oil pipeline operator Janaf have announced new commitments to renewable energy generation as the green transition gets underway in the country.
The 21-share blue-chip CROBEX index has been rising since the start of the year as Croatia's economy continues its recovery from the coronacrisis.
New records announced daily in several countries, but most governments are reluctant to introduce new restrictions.
Prices of food and non-alcoholic beverages showed the steepest monthly rise in December.
Mass emigration and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic contributed to the decline.
Probe into central bank governor Boris Vujcic and other senior officials launched after media reports that dozens of HNB employees traded in bonds of banks regulated by the central bank.
Government to prepare a new package of measures to mitigate the effect of price increases and ensure Croatians don't see a fall in their standard of living.
Solid recovery from coronacrisis and deadly 2020 earthquakes puts Croatia in a strong position as it pursues Eurozone membership.
The Balkan route used during the 2015 European migrant crisis might officially be closed, but the migrant movement never ceased.
Albania and Croatia reported record numbers of COVID-19 infections while other countries are close to records set in previous waves of the pandemic.
Commission says there is a role for natural gas and nuclear as a means to facilitate the transition towards a predominantly renewable-based future.
Soon after Southeast Europe emerged from the autumn wave of the pandemic, cases are already rising again as the Omicron variant spreads in the region.
Western European banks have made double-digit increases in the growth of their credit exposures to the CE/SEE region in the past 12-18 months.
Labour demand in November exceeding its 2019 and 2020 levels as the Croatian economy recovers.
Interest in Dubrovnik, Split and Sibenik flourished after they were used as destinations in the hit TV series.
Bloc’s giant investment offer may appeal to countries worried by Chinese “debt-trap diplomacy”. Beijing warns against geopoliticising infrastructure.
Supermarket chain to accept payments in nine cryptocurrencies in project with local fintech Electrocoin.