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Sources describe several face to face meetings on American soil.
Business magnate interested in leveraging country’s rare earth element mining, though it remains at a low stage of development.
National Bank of Serbia to continue moderate tightening of monetary conditions to ensure inflation follows a downward trajectory.
Turkey is heading for a classic currency crisis. All of its reserves and then some are borrowed.
Industrial sector declines by 8.3% year-on-year in April.
The strengthening of Moldova's ties with the EU opened European markets to the breakaway Transnistria republic but the long-frozen conflict still has to be resolved.
While energy price growth remained strong, the increase in prices of intermediary goods slowed to 3.0% y/y – the slowest annual advance since 2020.
Tehran claims the Fattah could hit Israel within 400 seconds but at the same time is a “message of security” to the people of the Middle East.
Ukraine has called on the EU and G7 to implement a new round of sanctions against Russia following the destruction of the Kakhovka dam in occupied Kherson on June 6.
The results of the H2Atlas-Africa project, sponsored by the German government, are presented in the form of an interactive atlas, which shows “locations of interest” in Southern African countries.
Geothermal energy could strengthen Hungary’s energy security, replacing up to 1.5 bcm of natural gas a year.
European electricity consumers will save some €100bn on their energy bills due to the rapid expansion of renewable energy sources caused by the Russian-induced energy crisis, the International Energy Agency said in a report.
Rising prices haven’t dented the demand for new builds in Skopje as inflation-wary Macedonians turn from banks to property.
Turkey is getting a ready for an unprecedented invasion of about 7mn Russian tourists this summer in the wake of Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s re-election as president.
How much market orthodoxy Turkish strongman can swallow is now the question.
Czechia, Estonia and Slovakia are planning budget cuts at a time when interest rates are still painfully high and many economies have yet to emerge from recession.
West might talk tough on Russia sanctions enforcement, but it may have to settle for half-hearted promises from region.
The sector is bracing for more losses in 2023, according to the retail association OKSZ.
Poland's Purchasing Managers' Index gained 0.4 points to 47 in May (chart), beating expectations, the economic intelligence company S&P Global said on June 1.