Two-thirds (66%) of enterprises in the Russian manufacturing sector think that a stronger ruble will improve their profits, according to an annual survey conducted by the RBK newspaper.
Unarmed veterans are helping farmers fight back against asset thieves and the authoritities don't like it.
Investors in Romania typically expect a bumpy ride when it comes to the tax regime, with frequently changing rules often motivated by political considerations, but recently it's become really turbulent even by Romanian standards
Skepticism is rife as the government in Kyiv again attempts to power up its stalled privatisation drive.
Prosveshcheniye, Russia’s largest educational publisher, is looking to float on the Moscow Stock Exchange as early as next year to raise investment finance.
Russia is ranked third in the world for the use of financial technology services and bankers at the annual sector conference in St Petersburg this year said they are continuing to roll out new cutting edge services.
Astarta now makes half its sales from exports, while sugar makes up less than half its revenue mix.
Belarus is the laggard of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) as the rest of the region emerges from recession, but the economy is picking up a little steam mid-year.
Health food company uses EBRD loan to invest in factory to tap fast-growing international market.
The main job of Russia’s Federal Protective Service is to guard President Vladimir Putin, but until recently it ran a secret and highly profitable construction empire that collapsed after getting entangled with St Petersburg's richest oligarch.
Both countries have emerged from the crisis and are starting to recover, but Ukraine remains a lot more vulnerable than Russia to any shocks in the near future.
A focus on China’s growing interest in Central and Eastern Europe and Eurasia looking at the implications in terms of geopolitics as well as business and investment
Reconstruction of the city centre is hurting retailers but vacancy rates seem to have passed bottom, according to real estate consultant JJL.
The Western grip on Central Asian oil and gas flows is weakening, and half of the volumes could go east by 2020, according to the IEA.
CEFC's acquisition of struggling Czech football club Slavia Praha has paid off spectacularly, but the rest of the mysterious Chinese group's investment plans have not fared so well.
Industrial over-capacity at home has forced Chinese engineering conglomerates to seek out opportunities abroad, resulting in intense competition to build new power plants even in the small Balkan economies.
Asia's rapidly growing population and fast economic growth rates mean there is a pressing need to step up investment into infrastructure.
Its huge cost in comparison to Montenegro’s tiny economy has caused the Bar-Boljare motorway to ring alarm bells among international financial institutions and rating agencies.
Chinese investments in Central and Southeast Europe are on an upward trend that is expected to accelerate as investors shift their attention towards the region.
The sale of stakes in two of Moldova's biggest banks could result in the entry of international banking groups that would change the face of the industry, Moldova's deputy central bank governor tells bne IntelliNews.