Russian e-commerce major Ozon launched a new express delivery “Supermarket” service that will deliver food and grocery in under 40-60 minutes in some Moscow districts, Vedomosti daily reported on October 17 citing the representatives of the company.
Hungary's competition watchdog cleared the merger of Hungarian online electronics retailer Extreme Digital with eMAG, a unit of South Africa's Naspers group on October 17, creating one of the largest online retail networks in CEE
Ambitious expansion plans for the plant near Budapest will make it one of the largest in the world, as Hungary becomes a centre of EV battery production for Europe's growing electric car industry.
Expansion ahead, but the sharp growth phase that was provoked by the entry of taxi aggregators through lower prices and more passengers is waning, says a study from the Analytic Centre.
Plans to issue licence to Interdnestrkom is part of steps towards settlement of Transnistria conflict, but Chisinau-based telcos Orange Moldova and Moldcell say they should be compensated for lost business.
Hungary can rely on two energy sources, nuclear and solar energy to meet the climate goals set out in the Paris Agreement, said President Janos Ader recently.
The number of cashless transactions in Russia soared 30-fold from 5.8 to 172 on average per person between 2010 and 2018, RBC business portal and Kommersant daily reported on October 3 citing the study by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG)
Four South Korean e-car battery makers have chosen Hungary for their production sites, as European car manufacturers prepare to expand or replace their existing models with new fully electric or hybrid models.
The venture capital arm of Russian multi-industry investment conglomerate AFK Sistema will invest $10mn in UK infrastructure start-up SenSat
Russian internet major Yandex together with Naver will develop cloud services in Russia and South Korea, the company announced on October 1.
A ranking of Russian companies by revenue and profit is lead by oil and gas companies with tech companies well down on the list
BlaBlaCar, the carpooling giant born in France, aims to expand on a new market segment with the acquisition of international bus ticketing platform Busfor
"Finally, we will do Nikola Tesla proud by having his cars in his countries of origin!" said Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Move comes as the Payment Services Directive compels banks to open up their customer data to third party firms, giving non-banking firms the chance to compete with banks in the payments business.
Tellence, a local provider of high-tech software and engineering services, will create the centre.
The thriving Belarusian online gaming scene saw an important move last month with Playrix, a global Russian-founded gaming giant, investing in local leader Vizor,, reports East-West Digital News (EWDN).
A ban on telecoms companies using Huawei's products in Romania's 5G licenses auction is seen as likely after Romania signed a memorandum on safe 5G networks with the US
Instant messengers are the most popular type of smartphone apps in Russia, says a new study by Deloitte
In the Siberian region of Tyumen, mobile operators are about to test special equipment to enforce the authorities’ ban on Telegram. As reported by Reuters, cited by the Russian media, this equipment has been provided by Roskomnadzor.