The Slovenian construction sector posted growth in all areas in 2018, but turnover has not yet returned to where it was pre-crisis and there are indications that growth is about to slow.
Cities in Southeast Europe are forecast to see some of the sharpest increases in average temperatures of any major urban areas worldwide over the next 31 years.
The core message for bankers and investors active in the CEE region should be: close to old records, potential for more but watch out for late cycle phenomena.
Tightening labour markets are putting upward pressure on wages in Central and Southeast Europe.
The planned sale of Telekom Slovenije’s Kosovan subsidiary Ipko is the latest move towards consolidation in the Balkan telecoms sector, Fitch Solutions writes.