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The failure of the Nation Alliance under optimal conditions shows that 'big tent' coalitions under a single list often do not succeed in extending the opposition's reach.
Major new investments in marinas at Vlora in Albania and Rijeka in Croatia are going ahead, as infrastructure is developed along the eastern Adriatic coast.
Like the original "iron lady" Margaret Thatcher, Kallas has won a reputation for her tough stance against Russia, whilst also seeing her popularity rise during a war.
Retails sales plunge 13.1% when adjusted for calendar year effects, the fourth straight month of decline.
Two separate incidents within days resulted in the deaths of 17 people, mostly children.
Fires in 45 countries burnt an area the size of Montenegro, with Ukraine, Spain and Romania the worst affected countries.
High food and electricity prices continue to drive inflation despite slowdown in price growth for other categories.
Steepest declines were for car fuel and other non-food goods, while food sales also slowed.
Decarbonisation costs predicted to put up region's average debt/GDP levels by 7pp by 2030.
As results come through from Slovenia’s largest listed companies, there are stark differences in how the economic and political upheavals of the last year have treated them.
There is no end in sight yet to the war in Ukraine, but governments and businesses in Central and Southeast Europe are already eyeing potential contracts when the war finally does cease and rebuilding on a massive scale can start.
Romania’s trade deficit narrowed by 5.3% y/y in January-February amid a combination of lower oil prices, lower imports of natural gas and subdued industrial activity.
Eurostat report shows Romania experienced four years of industrial decline after COVID-19 pandemic struck, following years of sluggish growth.
Central bank raised the share of investments in green, social and sustainability bonds to 7% or almost €280mn in the last five years, and plans further increase.
Romania’s GDP per capita soars to 77% of EU average, up from just 57% in 2012.
Investment into new shopping centres is going strong in the smaller markets of the Western Balkans and outside the main cities in Southeast Europe's EU members where demand for new modern retail space is high.
Mayor says on-demand transport project was very popular but too expensive to run in a rural area.
At the peak of the energy crisis in October, Slovenia imported 56% of its electricity.
The Western Balkan countries are following the path established by Central Europe that emerged as a prominent manufacturing and services hub early in the transition period.