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Estonia is reportedly the first country to have a fully digital vehicle registration system.
The Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) plans to invest at least $400mn in water and energy infrastructure in Central Asia over the next three years in an effort to boost economic growth and improve food security.
The global energy transition is “off-track”, aggravated by the effects of world-wide crises, says the International Renewable Energy Agency in a new report. A renewables investment of $35 trillion by 2030 is needed for the energy transition.
Belgrade announces company registrations to be taken online the day after DDoS attack hit business registry website.
18 Leopard 2 tanks promised by the German government and the first Challenger 2 tanks pledged by the UK have arrived in Kyiv.
Ukraine’s IT sector has seen a mass migration of its employees. With former IT hubs like Kharkiv, Dnipro and Odesa close to the front line, many specialists have moved to Western Ukraine, where life is somewhat more normal.
Landmark report urges nations to urgently start fixing water waste and start managing water as a common good with neighbours.
PM Ana Brnabic says Serbia must become a leader in AI to achieve fast and dynamic economic growth in future.
At the peak of the energy crisis in October, Slovenia imported 56% of its electricity.
Thousands of fake bomb threats linked by officials to Ukraine war have disturbed the everyday lives of North Macedonia’s citizens for months, with schools being the main targets.
54% of Eurobarometer survey respondents think the switch to the euro was a good thing for Croatia, but 62% think it will increase the inflation.
According to the latest report from the International Energy Agency, CO2 Emissions in 2022, global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions rose by less than 1% in 2022.
News reported last week about Uzbekistan preparing to accommodate Russian gas in its pipelines may not have been true, despite officials initially stating otherwise.
"In a context of deep regional instability, the situation of the "frozen conflicts" is vulnerable to Russia's military presence and the unpredictability of its geostrategic actions..." w
Russia has managed to largely bypass Western sanctions on technology and semiconductor imports to supply itself with technology to keep its economy working and build sophisticated weapons.
One year on from Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine, and it’s pretty clear that Russia has already lost so much on so many fronts because of Putin’s idiotic choices.
Enterprise to help deliver on commitment to produce batteries in the same region where the auto giant produces electric vehicles.
According to the International Energy Agency, worldwide subsidies for fossil fuel consumption increased dramatically in 2022, surpassing $1 trillion for the first time.
By the end of 2Q22, the common belief was that the Russian economy was already hurtling towards disaster, buckling under the weight of sanctions. But it didn't happen. A lot of damage has been done to the economy, but what went right?