Proposals for radical constitutional amendments continue to divide society as consultation period approaches its end.
The ruling CSSD was the clear loser from the recent political crisis, according to a new poll, while its coalition partner Ano expanded its lead to close to 20 points.
First IPO by a Croatian tourism company to finance Arena's upgrade plans and expansion in CEE region.
President Poroshenko needs a candidate who is acceptable to Kyiv’s Western backers, able to secure parliament's support in the Ukrainian parliament, and is loyal to Poroshenko himself.
Azerbaijan government tries to force creditors to share losses from insolvent bank's open currency positions.
Probe into city parking scheme reopened after mayor Dorin Chirtoaca's party opposed changes to Moldova's electoral system.
Analysts are incredulous after London unit’s post-tax profit slumped last year by almost 50% to $30mn.
Tarom last posted a profit in 2007 and recently lost its leading position on the local market to low-cost carrier Blue Air.
Financial aid package intended to help Mongolia address its crippling debts and push through reforms.
Ex-Merrill Lynch economist may not fit in easily if Turkish president shifts economic management focus from fiscal discipline to stimulating economic expansion.
Lender is suspected of providing multi-billion credits to related parties in 2008-2016, including using refinancing funds obtained from the central bank.
Former minister Elena Udrea and Ioana Basescu indicted in case concerning financing for Traian Basescu's 2009 presidential election campaign.
Slovakia offered the maximum permitted incentives of €125mn to Jaguar Land Rover to win the €1.4bn investment.
Private port operators to benefit from minimal rents at Romanian ports for the next decade if proposed law is adopted.
Death of Fayzulla Mullajanov comes while the Uzbek government is working on a new plan to liberalise the currency market.
Senior creditors owed $2.4bn can exchange the bank's debt for long-term state bonds, with the option of taking a 20% haircut if they want a higher interest rate.
Former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski named as primary suspect in new investigation into illegal party financing.
PM Andrej Plenkovic to start talks on new government after May 21 local elections, following HDZ's split from coalition partner Most.
Sasa Jankovic's movement seen as the start of a stronger opposition to PM and president elect Aleksandar Vucic, whose SNS dominates Serbia's political scene.
SDSM leaders hold meetings with Macedonia's ethnic Albanian parties as they prepare to form government after decade in opposition.
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