Growth is predicted to fall to 3.7% in 2022 and 3.5% in 2023 because of base effects, monetary tightening and more significant external headwinds.
There were some major changes in the source countries of travellers to the region as the continued coronavirus threat forced people to switch to different holiday destinations.
Annual CEE Strategic Transformation Index puts Slovenia top in CEE (after Austria), followed by Czechia and Poland.
EU’s pro-nuclear member states want nuclear energy to be included in the bloc's green taxonomy as a way to ameliorate climate change.
Croatia is preparing to adopt the single European currency and the government hopes it will join the Eurozone at the beginning of 2023.
The much higher forecast is based on better-than-expected performance of the tourist sector during the summer season, and the strong growth of exports.
Most attacks were attempts to break into the information and communication systems of the foreign and European affairs ministry and the defence ministry.
Span raised €13mn to fund its expansion in Croatia and abroad.
As low vaccination rates facilitated a new wave of the pandemic, governments are barring entry to malls, night clubs and other venues to those without a coronavirus certificate.
Inflation accelerated driven by food prices, in line with an increase in prices seen across the emerging Europe region.
As Croatia moves towards euro adoption, Croatian Sovereignists are preparing to battle to defend the kuna.
Croatia’s economy is expected to post robust growth in 2021 and 2022 mainly thanks to the recovery of the services sector.
The three emerging Europe countries bucked the overall trend of declining Long-Term Foreign-Currency Issuer Default Ratings seen across emerging markets.
Targeted EU fiscal rule reform is desirable but should consider the inherent risks for smaller member states.
Croatia, Montenegro, Albania and Slovenia are reporting that visitor numbers are close to the pre-pandemic year of 2019.