As Kosovo continues its quest for full international recognition, the president of Europe's youngest country says there is “no price” on relations with its western allies — despite a recent rift over attempts to scrap a new war crimes court.
The trans-Caspian gas pipeline would allow European countries to cut their dependence on Russian gas, but with the legal status of the Caspian sea still unresolved the chances of it ever being built are very slim.
Islam Karimov’s successor seemed to hardly pause for breath in his first year as Uzbekistan’s president, delivering effective economic reforms and swiftly purging officials who might stand in his way.
Despite proof of an industrial-scale doping campaign, as shown in the "Icarus" documentary, Russia will still compete at the Winter Olympics as if it did nothing wrong.
Entrepreneur, angel investor and Dragons Den star Baybars Altuntaş talks to bne IntelliNews about how mobile and financial technologies can be harnessed to help refugees build new lives and launch successful businesses.
IBS is focused exclusively on the domestic IT market and is known as the 'Russian SAP'. With the Kremlin pushing hard to create a digital economy, IBS is playing a central role in this, says Svetlana Balanova, IBS' CEO.
With only three harvests under its belt, Russian Aquaculture is already the largest player in the Russian fish business, with a 22% market share.
Tinkoff Bank is the new kid on Russia’s banking block, its biggest purely online bank. Its idea is to focus on allowing the customer to spend money easily.
Russia’s equity market is coming back to life as the economy recovers and investors hunt high yielding growth stories. Brokerage BCS is bullish about the IPO outlook for 2018.
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.
A dearth of retail developments lead vacancy rates in Moscow to hit 6.2% in 2017, as investors start to build stores again after a two year hiatus, reports JJL.
Russia Inc has gone back into profit. Cost cutting and a crackdown on the wasteful spending caused by corruption has reduced the price of Urals blend oil needed for the federal budget to breakeven to $53
Wealthy Russians are ploughing money into the German real estate sector, mostly picking housing and commercial projects in the range of €1-7mn