This year, Forbes Russia compiled a list of Russia’s 30 most eco-friendly companies for the first time, reported New Economy Observer February 26.
The mine used to be President Japarov's cause célèbre, but these days he has to be more pragmatic.
Trees are one of Russia’s biggest natural resources. Russia's forests stretch half way around the world and it is home to 70% of the planet's entire stock of soft wood – ideal for making paper.
North Macedonia’s Grouper adapted swiftly to the pandemic, rolling out an online marketplace and food delivery platform, co-founder Nina Angelovska tells bne IntelliNews.
Foreign investors piled into Ukrainian local debt when the market was hooked up to the international capital markets in April 2019. Then they fled in 2020. But with the recovery underway bond investors are back, approaching previous highs already.
Different retirement ages for men and women lead to lower pensions for women despite reforms in 2019-2020, says World Bank report.
Copper prices have been soaring as the post-coronavirus recovery gets under way, pushing up commodity prices, but copper has been supercharged by the digitisation of the global economy and the rise of the electric vehicle (EV) industry.
Russian giant, now sixth largest taxpayer in Central Asian country, has stepped up its cooperation with Tashkent.
Czechia offers many opportunities for employers based in the UK. But there are a few things you need to know about hiring workers
Plans to hike excise on heated tobacco, benefiting traditional cigarette producers, have been openly linked to the government’s efforts to persuade BAT to keep its Kanfanar factory open.
eSales by online fashion sites are gaining on those of major retailers in Europe’s fastest-growing e-commerce market.
Russian statues are being pulled down as Austrian ones are being put up again.
The unique weather disaster that leaves herders with a harvest of carcasses.
Long-standing rivalry between Telekom Srbija and United Media has erupted into a public legal battle.
Unemployment growth has been modest and a return to tight labour markets is expected as economies recover from the coronacrisis.
New “wake-up call” analysis from Carbon Tracker looks at impact of shift towards lower-carbon energy.
Left-wing nationalist Vetevendosje has gained overwhelming popular support ahead of Kosovo's February 14 general election.
The pandemic caused a slump in tourism, but one southern Serbian town has become a hot destination for day trippers thanks to the German discount retailer.
Government attacks EU over delays and becomes first country in the bloc to give fast-track approval to other vaccines.