European Court of Justice makes move in row over politicisation of the judiciary as Poles get set to vote in local elections.
Poles will vote on October 21 to decide who will be in charge of their districts, towns and regions for the next four years. But the importance of the vote goes far beyond that.
State-controlled gas company PGNiG is building a portfolio of LNG supply deals as Poland works to diversify its gas supplies and reduce dependence on imports from Russia.
Hungary's central bank talked earlier of the need to keep gold reserves at a location that "ensures safety in case of geopolitical crises”.
Hungarians are rushing to sign up for new contracts ahead of a parliament vote expected to take place on October 16.
Budapest had no reason to raise finance "from residency bonds sold to rich foreigners", as it could have raised funds from the market at more favourable rates, says damning report from Transparency International and FRIB.
Richest Czech Petr Kellner to own fifth of new listed lender after €750mn deal.
Previously other parties have united to prevent Harmony forming a government but the fragmentation of the votes cast means coalition negotiations will be difficult.
Māris Kučinskis' patchwork coalition has never been a strong set-up and is now vulnerable to the rise of populist and anti-establishment KPV.
Jeremy Hunt scores own goal as he angers politicians in countries that had been advocating a lenient approach to Brexit.
Russian Rosatom, which is expanding the power plant in Hungary's biggest ever investment project, received no valid bids to extend Paks' cooling canal system.
Analysts forecast the central bank will hike the rate one more time in November, after raising it for three consecutive months.
Transmashholding-Hungary will deliver 1,300 passenger carriages to Egyptian National Railways, which is overhauling the countryʼs old railway system.
Hungarian PM frequently used a Bombardier luxury private jet to attend football matches, trips organised by an oligarch who won a streak of lucrative state contracts.
The promotion is the first FTSE Russell has made in nearly a decade and also marks the first ever upgrade to developed status for a country located in CEE.
The move will add more tension to the already strained relationship between the European Union and Poland's populist Law and Justice government.
New plant and bottling line opened in central Hungary, as the owner of iconic brand Szentkiralyi pursues regional expansion in cooperation with sector rival Kekkuti.
The Czech branch of Transparency International (TI) urged the European Commission to launch an investigation into graft allegations against the Czech populist Prime Minister Andrej Babis (Ano). TI claims that Babis is in a conflict of interest over h
The Danske Bank money laundering case highlights lax control over money flows in Estonia and is an embarrassment for the Eurozone authorities.