Coalition reaches compromise on contentious issues of family support and reform of the electricity market.
MNB hikes its one-week deposit rate by 200 bps to 9.75%, and strongly hints it would raise the base rate at its next meeting on July 12.
The National Bank of Poland increased its reference rate by 50bp to 6.5%, below market expectations for a hike of 75bp at least.
Slovakia’s Freedom and Solidarity party has threatened to pull out of the ruling four-party coalition government unless Finance Minister Igor Matovic resigns.
National military service will be reintroduced for males from 2023, first on a voluntary basis and then in compulsory form after five years.
Hungarian National Bank's verbal announcement halts forint rout but worries remain over external vulnerability.
The €1.76bn deal is part of a raft of purchases from Western arms companies by countries on Nato's Eastern Flank.
Laws that prevent irregular migrants from applying for asylum and put them in automatic detention are contrary to European directives, rules European Court of Justice.
Slovakia – already the world's largest car manufacturer per capita – wins a fifth big car plant.
Poland has not yet met the milestones set by the Commission in order to receive €36bn in grants and loans from the EU’s pandemic recovery fund, says Commission vice-president.
The need for modern infantry fighting vehicles has become even more pressing since Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Czech investment group also says it is looking at acquisition opportunities in telecommunications, probably involving a merger with another financial or investment partner.
Security alliance’s leaders agree a big increase in troop deployments on its Eastern Flank, more help for Ukraine in its defence against Russian aggression, and a new Strategic Concept.
CEZ signs contract with US nuclear power technology company Westinghouse and French Framatome.
The forint has been of the weakest currencies in Europe, with widening budget and current account deficits making it exposed to external market movements.
NGO documents allegations of racism and violent pushbacks of asylum seekers.
Outgoing Governor Jiri Rusnok steers through 1.25pp hike to curb inflation, which reached 16% in May.
Heads roll and opposition parties demand ejection of STAN party from the government after kickbacks scandal.
Lithuania says restrictions are due to EU sanctions and talk of blockade is 'plucked out of thin air'.
The €720 million project creating 1,200 jobs is the largest investment so far announced this year in the country.