Investigation to assess whether restructuring plan can turn low cost carrier Blue Air around after it suspended flights in September.
“Sandero” vehicle will be known as “Cadilla” in Russia. Lada maker AvtoVAZ produces engine block.
Vladimir Kara-Murza, a fierce Kremlin critic and opposition politician, was sentenced to 25 years in prison by a Russian court on April 17 for treason and denigrating the military. This is the harshest possible sentence.
For the bulk of the 14 months since President Putin’s decision to launch a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the ruble has been stronger than it was prior to the war. This trend has now rapidly reversed, and the ruble finds itself in free fall.
Stockmann is looking to seize the opportunity presented by the widespread availability of high-quality real estate, abandoned by foreign companies that fled the country in the aftermath of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Central European states introduce temporary ban on imports of cheap Ukrainian grain after glut pushed down prices and hurt local farmers.
Reports say it was costing mint three lira to produce a one lira coin amid severe currency depreciation. Central bank denies scrap dealers have been melting down coins to profit.
Authorities have seized the assets of leading Ukrainian conglomerate Smart Holdings, changed the name of the beneficial owner of shares in the registrar and taken control of its three gas fields that supply gas directly to Kharkiv.
Premier tones down his anti-Western rhetoric after increased pressure from the Biden administration and the threat of further sanctions against Hungarian officials.
Ilan Shor, currently in Israel, sentenced to 15 years' jail and must repay €250mn for banking fraud that cost Moldova 10% of GDP.
Slovak premier and president call for governor to reconsider his position but Kazimir says he will appeal.
Lawyers of the European Commission have come to the conclusion that the Central Bank of Russia's frozen assets must be returned to Russia after the war in Ukraine ends, Die Welt reported on April 13.
The decision to withdraw by the bank's second-largest shareholder implies that Hungary will refuse to take part in any attempt to rescue the IIB, which had been rumoured to be in crisis even before the imposition of sanctions.
The Hague’s Arbitration Tribunal has ordered Russia to pay Ukraine’s state-owned natural gas champion $5bn in compensation for losses caused by Moscow’s seizure of Naftogaz’s Crimean assets during the annexation of the peninsula in 2014.
Czech populist opposition leader may still be caught on charges of fraudulently obtaining a €2mn EU subsidy for the Stork’s Nest conference centre.
Russia has overtaken Kazakhstan to become the world's second-largest cryptocurrency mining country in 2023.
Washington says IIB enables Russia to increase its intelligence presence in Europe, and to use corruption to conduct malign activities in Central Europe and the Western Balkans.
More than 80 detained as authorities disperse protest mounted by group who travelled to capital from volatile town of Zhanaozen.
Budapest defies EU again and signs new agreements to ensure the uninterrupted supply of Russian gas and crude oil and to amend the financing of the Paks nuclear power plant expansion.
USDA says impacts will be bigger than those caused by earthquake disaster.