Fed up with overbilling, Hungarian PM Viktor Orban set up the new agency to oversee state-funded infrastructure investments two weeks ago.
Despite early appeals from political leaders not to politicise the assassination of the popular mayor, the odds appear increasingly in favour of ever-deeper fault lines to divide Poland.
Long-serving mayor was stabbed by a 27-year old man who recently completed a jail sentence following a conviction for a number of bank robberies in Gdansk.
Bond investors raked in big losses last year and money continued to flow out of funds specialising in bond investments, analysis by Portfolio reveals.
Viktor Orban focused on economic issues and laid out his visions for Europe at a rare international press conference.
MEP Krisjanis Karins nominated after political parties failed to agree on a working government coalition since the election in early October produced an atomised parliament.
National protest against the so-called "slave law" was joined by opposition parties, unions and civic organisations as the longest anti-government demonstrations since Viktor Orban took power continue.
Adoption of the law had sparked the longest running anti-government protests since the right-wing government of Viktor Orban took power in 2010.
The number of robots in use in Slovakia has nearly doubled in the last two years, according to Martin Jesny of the Industry4UM discussion platform
Opposition politicians have joined the protests against Hungary's so-called "slave law" extending overtime hours, but were prevented from delivering their message on state TV.