Czech beer company Plzensky Prazdroj sold a record 11.5mn hectolitres of beer in 2018 in the Czech Republic and abroad, up by 4% year-on-year. Sales abroad stood at 4.3mn hectolitres, up by 4.5% y/y, the highest number in the company's history, accor
The Ukrainian Supreme Court has refused to consider a lawsuit challenging last week's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s decree on the nation's parliament's dissolution and call for early parliamentary elections.
New Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has reversed his predecessor Petro Poroshenko's decision to strip the citizenship held by former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili.
Russia could sell another Eurobond this year denominated in euros or US dollars, the head of the Finance Ministry's debt department Konstantin Vyshkovsky told in an interview to Bloomberg on May 28.
Czech voters sent representatives from the ruling ANO party, fascist and communists to the European parliament at the European Union (EU) elections at the weekend.
Damages to Serbian companies amounted to €1mn a day since the punitive 100% tariffs were imposed by Pristina last November, minister says.
Analyst responds that US president changes his mind within 24 hours and “wouldn’t be surprised to see him going to war with Iran tomorrow”.
Liviu Dragnea, arguably Romania’s most powerful politician, has been ordered to surrender to the police today after receiving a final 42-month sentence from the high court.
Controversial oligarch Ihor Kolomoisky is ready to sign an “amicable agreement” with the authorities over PrivatBank, owned by the businessman until it was nationalised in late 2016, in exchange for around 25% of shares in the bank.
Fidesz’ victory was never in doubt, but the results will lead to a reshuffling of the opposition landscape in the run-up to the municipal election in the autumn.
PSD sees its share of the vote slump in European Parliament election, while voters resoundingly back a block on the party's controversial justice reforms.
PiS regained momentum after polls appeared narrowed in the run-up to the vote, putting it in a strong position ahead of this autumn's general election.
The new head of state will be picked in a run-off vote between two largely centre-right contenders who are seen as likely to just fine-tune "Iron Lady" Dalia Grybauskaite’s legacy, not overturn it.
Potential flow of several thousand barrels of oil per day, says Shell Upstream Albania, after carrying out drilling tests near Berat.
PM Zoran Zaev pledged to sack party and government officials who have performed poorly after voters punished the ruling coalition’s candidate for the government’s domestic failings in the recent presidential election.
Political parties have been doing their utmost to rally voters for the Sunday vote in hope that a good result will set off a wave on which they will ride to a victorious night this autumn, when the national election takes place.
Russian Ministry of Finance ruble-denominated OFZ treasury bills were trading close to their highest levels in nearly two years in the first weeks of May.
“Message of power and resistance of Iranian nation was conveyed to them”. Ex-British navy chief, meanwhile, cautions Americans would need million or more soldiers to occupy Iran. Warns of Iraq War-style quagmire.
The team of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy is considering holding a referendum on concluding agreements with Russia to bring peace in the Donbas war, head of the presidential staff Andriy Bohdan said on May 21.
Ukraine's PrivatBank, nationalised in late 2016, has instituted legal proceedings against its former owners, Ihor Kolomoisky and Gennadiy Bogolyubov, as well as "other individuals and companies", before a Court in Delaware in the US