European Court of Justice makes move in row over politicisation of the judiciary as Poles get set to vote in local elections.
Poles will vote on October 21 to decide who will be in charge of their districts, towns and regions for the next four years. But the importance of the vote goes far beyond that.
State-controlled gas company PGNiG is building a portfolio of LNG supply deals as Poland works to diversify its gas supplies and reduce dependence on imports from Russia.
Romania’s low scores, in particular for water, sanitation and public health, reveal deficiencies in the distribution of economic growth and public spending, report's author says.
The surge is explained by the current bankruptcy law, under which the National Financial Agency is obliged to start bankruptcy proceedings for any company whose accounts have been blocked for more than 120 days, Coffee study finds.
Jeremy Hunt scores own goal as he angers politicians in countries that had been advocating a lenient approach to Brexit.
The promotion is the first FTSE Russell has made in nearly a decade and also marks the first ever upgrade to developed status for a country located in CEE.
Romania was the only EU member state to see VAT collection contract, despite a cut in its effective VAT rate.
The move will add more tension to the already strained relationship between the European Union and Poland's populist Law and Justice government.