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There seem to be two kinds of Russian political figure: the quiet and the noisy. We tend to focus on the noisy ones for obvious reasons, but it is the quiet ones who tend to matter, and the case of Evgeny Prigozhin illustrates this perfectly.
Second protest in Belgrade to demand Bojana Savovic and Jasmina Paunovic are reinstated.
Russia launched its first mass missile attack since mid-February, killing at least six people and causing blackouts across the country on March 9.
Italian utility Enel plans to sell its subsidiaries in several countries including Romania.
"In a context of deep regional instability, the situation of the "frozen conflicts" is vulnerable to Russia's military presence and the unpredictability of its geostrategic actions..." w
Protests in Chisinau, invasion claims and a propaganda offensive follow warnings that Russia plans to overthrow Moldova's pro-Western government.
United Nation's top court also orders Azerbaijan to restore "unimpeded" traffic through the only road connecting Nagorno-Karabakh to Armenia.
In the face of energy instability and missile strikes on critical facilities, Lviv, western Ukraine's largest city, has dimmed its street lights. But cafes, bars, shops and restaurants continue to buzz as life shines through the smog of war.
According to the International Energy Agency, worldwide subsidies for fossil fuel consumption increased dramatically in 2022, surpassing $1 trillion for the first time.
Demand weakens amid high inflation and high interest rates in Poland and its main trading partners.
Russia's nuclear exports were already booming well before the war in Ukraine started but now they are growing even faster. Moscow is using nuclear power as foreign policy tool to bind allies in the non-aligned world more tightly to its cause.
Industrial activity was particularly subdued in energy-intensive sectors such as metals and chemicals.
Perhaps the most painful and expensive exit of Western companies from Russia has been that of Wintershall, Germany’s largest gas company and a subsidiary of the chemical giant BASF.
Maia Sandu seeks to bolster security, warning violent provocations are expected at opposition protests with the aim of bringing down the government.
Consumer prices in Hungary rose 25.7% year-on-year in January, accelerating from a 24.5% growth in December.
Partly thanks to infrastructure projects blown up by the militants while they were trying to turf out the US, Afghanistan is dependent on neighbours for 73% of its electricity.
The weak macroeconomic backdrop and the spectre of possible recession are likely to stifle M&A in the coming months, according to the annual CMS/Emis Emerging Europe M&A Report.
Benefiting from its geographic proximity and historic ties, Italy is already one of the top investors and trading partners of the Western Balkan countries.
Biggest deals were takeovers of ExxonMobil's Romanian assets, Ford Romania and CA Immo’s office buildings portfolio.