Slovenia reports the EU's fastest rise in house prices in 3Q18

bne IntelliNews January 20, 2019

House prices in Slovenia rose 15.1% y/y in the third quarter of last year, accelerating from a 13.4% annual rise in the previous quarter, data from Eurostat showed on January 18.

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.

Jokers in the political pack

Clare Nuttall in Glasgow January 13, 2019

Disillusioned with the establishment, voters have welcomed the entry of satirists and comedians to the political fray — but can they offer a concrete policy alternative?

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.

OUTLOOK 2019 Slovenia

bne IntelliNews December 21, 2018

Slovenia experienced several months of deadlock following the 2018 general election, that was finally resolved as comedian-turned-politician Marjan Sarec managed to cobble together a five-party minority coalition.