Serbia had one of Southeast Europe's biggest COVID-19 outbreaks but the number of new cases has been falling after Belgrade imposed a strict lockdown.
Naming of deputy chief of presidential administration gives no clear indication a power struggle is under way.
Armenians are now able to go back to (open-air) bars and restaurants, and all factories are allowed to reopen.
The torrent of capital fleeing Emerging Markets (EMs) securities has stopped and these markets saw a modest inflow in April, reported the Institute of International Finance (IIF) on May 4.
The €2.1bn Baltic Pipe will carry gas from the Norwegian Sea via Denmark to Poland, starting in 2022. Poland needs the pipeline to reduce its dependence on Russian gas imports.
Steepest slowdown since global financial crisis as pandemic disruption takes terrible toll and lira weakness pushes up input prices. Index reading falls to 33.4 from 48.1 in March.
Daughter of late long-ruling autocrat was accused of using threats to coerce owners to hand over companies. Affair eventually produced damages claim against Tashkent from investors in Kazakhstan’s Visor group.
MEPs urged Kosovo’s politicians not to use the global coronavirus pandemic for political maneuvering “that would damage the country, its reputation and the path to democracy and freedom.”
The no-frills airline will require all passengers as well as crew to wear masks on Budapest flights, but it has not taken any decision yet on keeping middle seats empty.
Thousands of people joined bicycle protests in Slovenia, accusing the government of curtailing civil liberties during the lockdown. Elsewhere in the region, citizens are using "pots and pans" protests to show their discontent.
Equity was issued to low-income households more than a decade ago. Tehran Stock Exchange is enjoying a bull market.
Russia’s Duma passed a law naming 1,151 companies as “strategic” that will entitle them to state help during the coronavirus pandemic crisis.
No surprise here. The coronavirus epidemic caused an unprecedented collapse of the IHS Markit Russia Manufacturing Purchasing Index (PMI) in March.
World Bank forecasts all six Western Balkan countries will experience negative growth this year as they grapple with the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Environment Minister Richard Brabec says drought has affected 80% of the country's groundwater sources due to a combination of low precipitation and rising temperatures.
The pressure to secure supplies of personal protective equipment, ventilators and other equipment for hospitals as the coronavirus pandemic spreads has opened up new opportunities for corruption.
Decision made amid pandemic disruption to financial markets and with one eye on vote-shifting distrust of foreign investors ahead of elections.
Vehicle production is a significant sector of the Hungarian economy, accounting for more than 25% of industrial production and 5% of the country's GDP.
Move said to affect 7.3bn manats ($4.3bn) of deposits and protect interests of 8.3mn people. Economist claims woes rooted in systemic problems.
The District Court of Nicosia issued a freezing order on January 7, against Russian real estate company Surmena Enterprises Company Limited, as part of a legal fight by a former shareholder to recover a €62mn arbitration award.