Alexey Kudrin, the former Russian Finance Minister, is back
80 per cent of Czechs live in their own flats
In Latvia industrial production up by 2.7 per cent
E-money turnover up 2.3 times higher in Ukraine
A Chinese “economic city” to be built in Bulgaria
Polish-Russian deal on freight transport
Russia’s sovereign ratings with negative outlook (from S&P)
According to Moody’s Serbia’s outlook improved
After a few years of slow but stable growth Belarus is in recession.
The current improvement in relations between Belarus and the European Union provides the country with an opportunity to secure more funding for infrastructure and other projects from European multinational lenders.
The EBRD program for Ukrainian clean technologies
Czechs government approved strategy against social exclusion
Russia wants to raise EUR3bn through bond issuance
Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło meets her Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orbán
In Estonia prices dropped in January
Meeting of Estonian and Ukrainian Prime Ministers
Lithuanian retailers’ turnover in December 2015 is up
Romania improves its anti-corruption policy
Polish President proposes solution for CHF denominated mortgages
Nordstream2 - a key project for Russia in 2016
Orbán and Putin will discuss nuclear plant upgrade
Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk is considering entering the path of a trade war with Russia, as it opposes the trade part of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement which was initially supposed to become effective a year ago.