Croatia’s Uljanik selects local peer Brodosplit as strategic partner

Carmen Simion in Bucharest February 7, 2019

Shipbuilder Uljanik is in severe financial difficulties and has already lost several vessel construction deals.

Elevated no deal Brexit risk threatens CEE

Clare Nuttall in Glasgow January 16, 2019

Defeat of Theresa May’s deal in UK parliament raises the risk of a no deal Brexit which would have damaging consequences for the economies of Central, Eastern and Southeast Europe.

HEATMAPS: Unemployment is mostly defeated but pay is not high enough

Ben Aris in Berlin January 9, 2019

Transition from the socialist system came at an enormous cost for most of the countries in Central and Eastern Europe in terms of unemployment and poverty, but now the fight against unemployment is almost won.

One in seven workers in Eastern Europe report delayed paychecks

bne IntelliNews January 7, 2019

Part-time workers were disproportionately affected by pay delays, with 22% saying they had received late pay, compared to 14% of full-time workers.


bne IntelliNews December 21, 2018

The political situation in Croatia is expected to remain stable during 2019. Recent polls have shown the ruling Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) to be the most popular party in the country, with support standing at around 26%-27%.