The European Commission has threatened to refer Bulgaria to the EU Court of Justice unless it allows foreign citizens to purchase Bulgarian agricultural land without any restrictions.
Corpbank was Bulgaria's fourth largest lender until a bank run in 2014 deprived it of liquidity, and a later audit revealed a capital hole of almost €2bn.
Health food company uses EBRD loan to invest in factory to tap fast-growing international market.
Growth in most Central and Southeast European member states outstrips modest 4.7% average increase in demand seen across the EU.
Macedonia's new PM Zoran Zaev is working to reset relations with neighbouring states in the hopes of unblocking the country's EU path.
World Bank study reveals wide variations in business environment across cities in Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania.
Fund’s Europe head warns rapid outflows of skilled workers, ageing workforce and political turmoil are adding to dilemma.
Czech agriculture minister cites extensive research results in calling on EU counterparts to finally address issue of inferior consumer products being sold by multinationals in ‘second league’ member states.
Lithuania leads the population decline in the Baltic states and Southeast Europe, as overall EU population makes modest increase.
Industrial sector expands by 9.5% in May on the back of improved performance across manufacturing, mining and utilities.
Annual PPI growth has been positive for six consecutive months after two years of steady decline.
Although the business climate improved in construction and retail trade, its deterioration in industry and services brought the overall figure down
By 2022 the Moscow-based development bank aims to double its assets, diversify its loan portfolio, and expand the geography of its operations.