Survey reveals that West Europeans are significantly more politically active than their peers to the east.
Registrations driven by strengthening European economies and the availability of newly introduced models that made inroads with consumers such as SUVs and hatchbacks from France’s Renault and Peugeot.
Nato members Poland and the Baltic states fear Russia will use the "Zapad" exercise to boost its military presence in the Kaliningrad region and possibly in Belarus.
Slovakia and Czechia say EU has not been doing enough to stop food, beverage and other household consumer products companies from selling “second-class” goods to their citizens.
Polish capital rises five places on global ranking by China Development Institute and London-based consultancy Z/Yen.
Proposal to feature depictions of the Ukrainian city of Lviv and Lithuanian capital Vilnius in passport to celebrate 100 years of Polish independence sparked outcry in neighbouring states.
August figures marked the tenth straight month of annual growth in the PPI, following three years of contraction in factory gate prices.
Founder of Europe's fastest growing ride sharing service slams London's "hostile regulatory body" after Taxify services suspended over licensing issues.
Inflation has now grown for 12 months straight, in line with forecasts for a decisive pick-up in CPI this year after the index barely moved in 2016.
August reading extends the surge in Lithuanian CPI that is part of a regional phenomenon across Central and Eastern Europe.
Unlike the rest of the CEE region, Estonia has seen its inflation remain elevated through the year so far, with the index growing for a second straight month in August.
Government figures used lobbying and money-laundering scheme centred in UK to make thousands of covert payments, leaked data reveals.
Robotic accounts generated 84% of Russian-language messages on Nato in Poland and the Baltic States in recent months, study finds.
Estonian industrial production expanded 4.7% y/y in July, well below the 14.5% annual expansion rate recorded the previous month.
The April-June expansion is the fourth consecutive quarter of accelerating growth.
The gain is 1.3pp quicker than the growth recorded in the first quarter, further strengthening the outlook for this year after a mediocre 2016.
Retails sales growth fell to 1% y/y and was flat m/m.
July marked the 20th month in a row in which sales expanded.
Lithuanian retail sales grew at an unadjusted 2.9% y/y in July in constant prices.
Private equity investment rose to €1.6bn in CEE ex-Russia last year, while fundraising for investing in the region soared 62% to €621mn.