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BALKAN BLOG: Serbia’s Vucic walks the line between Russia and the West

BALKAN BLOG: Serbia’s Vucic walks the line between Russia and the West

As he prepares for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit, Aleksandar Vucic is playing a seemingly perfect balancing game.

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Frontier investment funds are moving into Uzbekistan

Frontier investment funds are moving into Uzbekistan

It was only a matter of time before attention of frontier market investors turned towards Uzbekistan. The first two funds are being set up targeting both public markets and private equity strategies.

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Elevated no deal Brexit risk threatens CEE

Elevated no deal Brexit risk threatens CEE

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.

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ALACO DISPATCHES: Reconstructing Dushanbe

ALACO DISPATCHES: Reconstructing Dushanbe

The Tajik capital Dushanbe features pristine streets and gleaming new tower blocks, but the commercial outlook for firms operating there is tricky to say the least.

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Georgians ask 'why oligarch Ivanishvili's attacking TBC Bank’

Georgians ask 'why oligarch Ivanishvili's attacking TBC Bank’

Observers claim dispute with co-founder of lender relates to Anakli deep-water port investment, political game plans.

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CEE monthly bond wrap: 2018 bond markets hurt by crisis and sanctions

CEE monthly bond wrap: 2018 bond markets hurt by crisis and sanctions

International bond issues had a mediocre year in Central and Eastern Europe in 2018. While Central Europe more or less held its own, bond issues in CIS were halved in both volume and size.

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Uzbekistan takes the UzRoadShow to Berlin

Uzbekistan takes the UzRoadShow to Berlin

A hermit state no more, Central Asia’s most populous nation is taking a second bite at the foreign investment cherry. There is huge interest.

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Jokers in the political pack

Jokers in the political pack

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?

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