Nikola Gruevski is seeking political asylum in Hungary after being sentenced to two years in prison over the purchase of luxury Mercedes with state funds.
Local media reports claim construction of two new blocks at the Paks nuclear facility may only be completed in 2032, five to six years behind schedule.
Laszlo Szijj has acquired Kozgep, the construction company of former Fidesz cashier turned Orban critic Lajos Simicska, who exited his businesses interests after the April general election.
Central and Southeast Europe are enjoying robust growth but there are risks ahead, the biggest of which is threatened a new Eurozone crisis centred on Italy that now looks “pretty likely”, wiiw economists warn.
Ukrainians flooded into Poland and other EU countries from 2014, filling empty workplaces in the booming CEE economies, but this movement has peaked and will stabilise or start to decrease in 2019, according to an OSW report.
EU anti-fraud office reported "established system of organised fraud" in Hungarian public lighting contracts awarded to company once owned by PM's son-in law, but Hungarian prosecutors said they found no evidence of criminal offence.
Hungary's vehicle sector has been the main target for investors in the country, who have received generous cash subsidies and tax breaks.
Most of emerging Europe has yet to embrace the liberal values of Western Europe, found a survey by the Pew Research Centre released on October 30.
Global wine production rebounded in 2018 after last year’s historically low harvest, OIV data shows, with some of the East European wine producers expecting massive hikes in output this year.
Hungarian energy companies are in a race to install new solar parks at lightening speed, with Swiss-based MET Group's MET Dunai Solar Park the latest to start production.
Soros-founded CEU has been the subject of repeated attacks by Hungary's right-wing populist government.
Hungarian PM lays the ground for next year's European Parliament election campaign as he claims Brussels wants to replace nation states with a "European empire" controlled by bureaucrats.
Hungary's central bank talked earlier of the need to keep gold reserves at a location that "ensures safety in case of geopolitical crises”.
Romania’s low scores, in particular for water, sanitation and public health, reveal deficiencies in the distribution of economic growth and public spending, report's author says.
Hungarians are rushing to sign up for new contracts ahead of a parliament vote expected to take place on October 16.