The Century of Winners 1918-2018 event was intended to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, but it also looked like a show of military force aimed at Serbia's neighbour.
Slovenia's largest lender reports strong investor interest in second attempt at IPO after last year's flop.
For a start—horror of horrors—it’s still far from being the world’s biggest. Then there're the worker deaths, the body in the storm drain, dirt-moving trucks running over kids and ecological hell. But let's begin with size and functionality.
FlyArystan to ease travel in world’s ninth largest country. Domestic ambitions to be followed by move for regional flight package.
Russian internet major's Yandex.Taxi online taxi ordering service will launch its operations in Helsinki under the “Yango” (short for Yandex go) brand.
90KW plant in the remote Arctic settlement of Tiksi in the Yakutia region has to operate in temperatures of minus 50 degrees.
New Delhi is developing facility to open up trade corridor that bypasses Pakistan. Project will open gateways into Central Asia via Afghanistan and Turkmenistan.
Elections in October resulted in a fragmented parliament with six out of seven parties that won seats currently in coalition talks.
Russia's largest oil company Rosneft supplied 43.1mn tonnes of oil to Asia in January-September, beating exports to Europe that amounted to 41mn tonnes. Rosneft is now sending half its oil production to Asia.
Initial expecations for the yield reportedly stood at around 25 basis points higher.
While Russians still want to see Russia as a "great power", this should be conditioned by the state's ability to maintain the well-being of its citizens, a study by the RAN Institute of Sociology found.
Investigation launched after media claimed Ilan Shor, the visible beneficiary of Moldova’s $1bn bank frauds, paid $42,000 to cover former prime minister Iurie Leanca’s son’s tuition at a private UK college.
Central Asian kingpin is latest emerging market nation to switch away from dollars due to growing gap between US and European interest rates.
Turkish dollar bonds recover to highest levels in three months, but analysts warn country’s economic fundamentals still make it the most exposed emerging market to external shocks.
Overheating risks are building in the Romanian economy, Capital Economics analysts warned on November 6 after the Romanian central bank decided to keep its policy rate at 2.5%.
EU anti-fraud office reported "established system of organised fraud" in Hungarian public lighting contracts awarded to company once owned by PM's son-in law, but Hungarian prosecutors said they found no evidence of criminal offence.
Eurotorg (aka Euroopt) was due to be floated on the London Stock Exchange in what would have been the small northern republic’s first ever IPO but postponed the offering blaming poor market conditions.
Russia calls measures illegitimate, while EU makes frustratingly slow progress in creating SPV to shield trade with the Iranians.
A long list of yachts, Picasso paintings, mansions, factories and other assets were bought with the $5.5bn looted from the country’s largest bank Privatbank.
DIA seeks to reassure the population which was shaken over the summer by rumours the government was planning to forcibly convert their dollar savings into rubles.