Follows the trail blazed by nearby Estonia which has operated an e-residency system since 2014.
The Chinese financing company Touchstone Capital Partners is providing €15bn funding for the project that will become part of Beijing's Belt and Road initiative to link Asia with Europe.
States across Central and Southeast Europe are experiencing a long-term population decline due to a combination of low birth rates and mass emigration.
The reading marks a return to growth for the Baltic state’s industrial sector after output fell in April in what was a third fall in the previous five months.
North Macedonia held its first ever gay pride march on June 29 with up to 1,000 people attending the event. There were pride marches in nearly all the CEE countries but the experience in each country is vastly different.
The total of $5.3bn from seven issues in June was the most issued in the last four years. Eastern Europe and Russia also had a good month with issues of $5.1bn and $3.2bn respectively.
Hub to promote fintech and tech-centric innovation and contribute to Lithuania’s goal of becoming a leading regional fintech centre in Europe, EBRD says.
The reading marks a return to expansion in Estonia’s industrial output after April’s dent ended a 33-month series of uninterrupted growth.
PNB, earlier named Norvik, was at the centre of the controversy that embroiled Latvia’s central bank governor Ilmars Rimsevics in early 2018 and which has continued to haunt Latvia since.
Sharp slowdown in growth since April, but consumption is expected to be an important driver of economic growth in 2019, as it was last year.
The decision has split the Council down the middle. Almost all of the western European members voted overwhelming to allow Russia back in. However, countries close to the Russian border voted against readmission.