The Croatian city of Dubrovnik is planning to introduce a tax on foreign cruise ships from 2021, which is being overwhelmed by hoards of tourists
The Czech Republic was ranked as the 22nd most economically free country among the 162 countries in the world in 2018 (based on 2017 data), according to the Economic Freedom of the World Index published by Canadian institute Fraser.
International ratings agency is upbeat on Ukraine as it upgrades the country's long-term foreign currency score to B from B-, on the same day the IMF issued a mixed report on Ukraine's progress.
Recently appointed secretary of the Ukrainian National Security and Defence Council (NSDC) Oleksandr Danyluk has written a resignation letter, the presidential office said on September 27.
In an unprecedented development, MEPs Rovana Plumb and Laszlo Trocsanyi were rejected by the European Parliament Committee on Legal Affairs over conflicts of interest.
The Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis (ANO) denounced the speech of 16 year old climate activist Greta Thunberg at the General Assembly of the United Nations calling it “hysterical.”
Finance Minister Eugen Teodorovici welcomes decision from FTSE Russell that puts Romania among "select club of high profile exchanges" and is expected to result in inflow of investment.
Project is of critical importance for the diversification of Moldova’s electricity supply — but highlights the need for more generation capacity in Romania.
Natural gas giant Gazprom reportedly closed a deal to buy out 100% of its largest subcontractor Stroygazmontazh controlled by stoligarch Arkady Rotenberg.
The Hungarian government will fight to reverse a ruling on taxing palinka, the traditional fruit brandy, a popular theme among rural voters where the ruling Fidesz party is expected to secure another landslide.
Zelenskiy sat with Trump for an uncomfortable half an hour in front of the cameras at the UN General Assembly on September 25.
Legal action, also aimed at German affiliates, claims “unlicensed implementation” of South Korean giant’s freezer door-ice making technology.
“Climate change report card” notes, for instance, that country is pushing ahead with huge expansion of coal-fired plants. Meanwhile, largest lake in the Mediterranean region, Beysehir, seen as on course to dry out by 2040s.
The Ukrainian delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe won’t participate in its autumn session between September 30 and October 4, according to its official statement published on September 23 by People’s Servant MP Yelyzavet
Czech companies Prusa Research and Kiwi.com are among the top 5 fastest-growing technology companies in Europe, Middle East and Africa region (EMEA).
International low-cost airlines Ryanair, EasyJet and Wizzair have submitted bids for 33 destinations out of St Petersburg airport Pulkovo as of 2020, which would require that the airport complies with the Open Skies regime
Adria says it is "intensively searching for solutions" with potential investors, as it suspends flights for two days.
Police have warned that Aivar Rehe, who headed the branch at the centre of a €200bn money laundering scandal, may be in danger after he disappeared early on September 23.
The seizure was carried out in connection to "large scale money laundering" during the privatisation of Air Moldova, prosecutors from Moldova’s National Anticorruption Centre announced.
The 2019 ranking of the 50 richest Czechs and Slovaks compiled by the Euro weekly shows some significant changes. While Czech billionaire Petr Kellner remains top dog, the Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis (ANO) has fallen two spots to number four.