Defeat of Theresa May’s deal in UK parliament raises the risk of a no deal Brexit which would have damaging consequences for the economies of Central, Eastern and Southeast Europe.
Fed up with overbilling, Hungarian PM Viktor Orban set up the new agency to oversee state-funded infrastructure investments two weeks ago.
Bond investors raked in big losses last year and money continued to flow out of funds specialising in bond investments, analysis by Portfolio reveals.
Viktor Orban focused on economic issues and laid out his visions for Europe at a rare international press conference.
Cyberg, which operates a fast casual dining restaurant in downtown Budapest, will become the second company to have its shares traded on the Xtend market of the Budapest Stock Exchange.
Transition from the socialist system came at an enormous cost for most of the countries in Central and Eastern Europe in terms of unemployment and poverty, but now the fight against unemployment is almost won.
Part-time workers were disproportionately affected by pay delays, with 22% saying they had received late pay, compared to 14% of full-time workers.
The mood in Western Europe regarding Romania is currently not very positive. A new banking tax smacks of economic popularism
Sky high inflation has been the bane of emerging Europe for most of the last two and a half decades. The beast has been slain in most countries of the region, but the battle continues in others.
National protest against the so-called "slave law" was joined by opposition parties, unions and civic organisations as the longest anti-government demonstrations since Viktor Orban took power continue.
Adoption of the law had sparked the longest running anti-government protests since the right-wing government of Viktor Orban took power in 2010.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban firmed his grip on power after the third consecutive supermajority win by his conservative Fidesz party in the April 2018 general election, thanks to a strong economy and a relentless anti-migration campaign
The CEE and Eurasia region accounts for around a quarter of the thriving $3bn global trade in secondhand clothing from western countries, but trade flows are being altered by rising incomes in the region and the falling quality of exports.
Opposition politicians have joined the protests against Hungary's so-called "slave law" extending overtime hours, but were prevented from delivering their message on state TV.