The latest in Russian tech protectionism, the government is considering implementing a new tax on foreign IT firms that use consumer data for advertising.
Three companies say they plan to set up production of electric scooters at the Kokand free economic zone.
Brazil-based company Stefanini's operational security centre in Bucharest will work with customers from the entire EMEA region.
Tajik government has been trying for two years to boost state revenues by forcing tech firms like Microsoft, Google, Facebook and Booking.com to pay taxes inside Tajikistan.
Accelerator Lab to focus on helping improve livelihoods through digitalisation, and supporting Kazakhstan's green transition.
Sarajevo University students built the robot Robby Megabyte to perform with Bosnia’s most popular rock band, Dubioza kolektiv.
Kaspi.kz has benefited from the coronavirus pandemic-driven shift to digital services by people who have been forced to largely stay indoors.
Czech private equity investor to help I-Tech grow organically.
Montenegro’s biggest wine producer 13 Jul Plantaze aims to protect its wines from counterfeiting.
Loan to Kyrgyzstan’s largest private wholesale broadband operator will boost fibre coverage in underserved areas of the country.
Revenues for the state budget from the sale of the entire 5G frequency spectrum could "easily" exceed €720mn, regulator said.
Romania will now have four companies in the FTSE Russell indices following its upgrade to secondary emerging market status last year.
MoU to help North Macedonia increase its resilience to cyber threats.
Virtual studio developer Zero Density placed second while online streaming platform BluTV ranked third.
The Photomath app has more than 220mn downloads globally, helping students and parents solve maths problems using a smartphone.
In January the popular messaging service WhatsApp experienced an exodus of users. Most of them went to Telegram, which is now looking for money to continue its development.
Largest-ever crowdfunding through Seedblink platform allows Milluu to replicate its business model in Warsaw.
Russia’s telecom and tech giants Mail.ru and Megafon, together with the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) will create a digital payments joint venture with Ant Group
DaiBau runs portals in several countries where investors can link up with building contractors.
Cegeka intends to employ 200 people in Moldova as it expands its presence in Eastern Europe.