Prime Minister Andrej Babis has been facing an investigation over alleged European subsidies fraud in the Stork's Nest case for the past four years. Now the state prosecutor has changed his mind and suggested his supervisors halt the probe.
Newly elected Ukrainian Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk has pledged to liberalise the nation's land market in Ukraine by the middle of the next year.
Speculation that Mamuka Bakhtadze’s departure is related to intrigue surrounding nation’s flagship infrastructure project, Anaklia deep-sea port.
Auditor’s decision to withdraw three years of reports is likely to change the outcome of the $500mn international legal battle between businessman Anatol Stati and the Kazakh state.
Analysts warn of “slippery slope” with Ankara taking ‘Eurasian option’ of staying in Nato but deepening ties with Russia and Iran.
The value of new licences for crab fishing in Russia stands at RUB125.5bn ($1.9bn), Vedomosti daily reported citing the documents by the Ministry of Agriculture and approved by the Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Ukraine's newly appointed Foreign Minister Vadym Prystaiko is going to secure " a new page in the peace process" over the Donbas crisis within the next six month.
Erdogan administration reportedly trying to come up with formula that would not hit other automakers on market ravaged by recession.
EU should use all available platforms to force Brazil to change its behaviour, says Slovak Agriculture Minister Gabriela Matecna.
Shares in lender nosedive. Koc likely keen to avoid SPO that would hurt bank’s market value and reputation.
The Albanian government says large-scale cannabis plantations have been wiped out in the last few years, but the fight against drug cultivation continues.
Russian Aquaculture boosted its turnover 16-fold year-on-year to RUB4.9bn ($73.6mn) under IFRS and emerges as a major player in the sector after only three harvests
Ukrainian Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko signed a letter of resignation on August 29, as the nation's newly elected parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, meets for its first day of work.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has proposed 35-year-old lawyer and his close personal friend Oleksiy Honcharuk for the post of Prime Minister.
The deal would be would be the largest arms procurement since Hungary began its army modernisaton programme in 2017. PM Viktor Orban's government has accelerated efforts to overhaul its ageing weaponry.
“It’s incredible. On what are you spending the people’s money?” says Ekrem Imamoglu.
Italian group bought shares with Koc Holding for €2.5bn, but market value has tumbled. Shareholding hit by Turkish lira crisis and recession.
Eurotorg has set up as a modern organised retail supermarket chain to capitalise on the growth of the retail business in Belarus, which is seeing the emergence of a middle class that is driving retail development.
Move reported after autocrat Berdimuhamedov criticised cash machine lines. Citizens of country facing economic crisis often even have to spend night hours queuing up to access money.
Viorica Dancila might survive the collapse of the ruling coalition, as opposition parties are more concerned about positioning ahead of the general elections next year than forming a new ruling coalition.