Montenegro has been urged to take more decisive steps towards the fight against corruption and organised crime.
Delays reportedly caused in construction of final stretch of 3,400-km Southern Gas Corridor that is to make landfall in Italy.
Labour representatives “repudiate approval” of automaker’s plan to build plant in Turkey while violence in Syria continues.
Budapest will scrap plans to set up a separate system of public administration courts, which had been in the crossfire of international organisations.
PPF Group of the richest Czech Petr Kellner sold a 25% stake in the Hungarian radio communications company Telenor, which includes Telenor Hungary and Telenor Real Estate, to Antenna Hungaria.
Hungarian PM Viktor Orban defended his country's close ties with Russia and talked of Hungary’s position in a regional context “in the triangle between Moscow, Berlin and Istanbul” — with no mention of Brussels.
Blue Air will return to its “low-cost roots” says CEO Oana Petrescu. The company broke even in FY2019 and plans to issue bonds to finance future growth ahead of a potential listing.
After months of bitter wrangling, the government of Denmark gave the go-head for Russia’s Gazprom to build the Nord Stream 2 pipeline through its territorial waters – the last country on the route between Russia and Germany to grant construction perm
Support from EIOPA gives fresh hope that Sofia will realise its ambitions of joining the “eurozone waiting room” early next year.
As reported by bne IntelliNews a year ago, Tehran’s MAHAK Pediatric Cancer Treatment & Research Center cannot entirely escape the impact of measures despite so-called US exemptions for humanitarian goods.
The second tier Russian supermarket chain Lenta has reported its first ever drop in revenues, but the entire industry is going through a rough patch as shopping habits are changing.
Brussels “wants to move on” says a European Commission spokesperson as Romania’s president and outgoing prime minister squabble over who gets to appoint the country’s representative in the new Commission.
The team of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and the new nation's government are not going to return the nation's banks that were nationalised or went bankrupt to the former owners, Zelenskiy said during a speech at the RE: THINK.
Russia’s sanctions on the import of food products from the EU is costing Russian consumers RUB445bn ($7bn) a year, or about $50 a year per head, according to a study by economists at RANEPA and CEFIR.
Kosovo Telecom has been struggling to find a solution to its difficult financial situation for months after the government said it won’t repay the company’s debt.
Russia’s largest bank and tech giant wannabe Sberbank has signed a non-binding agreement to acquire a 35% stake in MF Tekhnologii, the owner of a 58.3% voting interest in Mail.ru.
Belarus has "reinforced the nation's border” and "stationed more ground troops in the Lithuanian direction” in reaction to NATO exercises and the deployment of a contingent of US armed forces in neighbouring country near the border with Belarus, the
The Moscow municipal court denied bail to US citizen Michael Calvey, ruling he must remain under house arrest before a trial where he faces charges of embezzlement and fraud.
Officials from Russia, Ukraine and the EU met again on October 28in Brussels to discuss terms for the transit of Russian gas via Ukraine next year, with still no breakthrough in negotiations in sight.
Slovakia's capital Bratislava might be considered as host to the mooted German Volkswagen Passat production plant that is now looking for a home after the company announced it would not build the €1bn plant in Turkey, sources told German weekly Autom