Orban and Kaczynski will become more and more isolated as Slovakia and Czechia look West.
If sunlight is the best disinfectant, then export credit agencies need to step into the daytime, argues a new study of ECAs in Central and Eastern Europe.
The Visegrad countries rejected any plans for slashing development funds to countries that have differing views within the EU, especially on migration.
Former premier has urged the Social Democrats to back billionaire populist Andrej Babis in forming a government, something that could happen at the party’s congress next month.
The world is going through a digital transformation that could be as significant as the advent of the Internet and IBM is playing an active role in that change in CEE.
Eve-of-election TV debates may be key in tight race between populist president and pro-EU professor Drahos who warns incumbent could drag the country east.
China becomes biggest foreign dealmaker in the region, making €7.7bn of acquisitions, up 78%.
NPLs have been a severe problem in both Central and Southeast Europe since the global financial crisis, and remain particularly high in Bulgaria, Croatia and Slovenia.
Run-off between Milos Zeman and Jiri Drahos likely to be decided by TV duels.