Hackles raised as diplomat uses old Serbian proverb to imply Belgrade must abandon balancing act and choose between EU and Russia.
MNB keeps its key interest rate on hold leaving the door open for further monetary easing, which will hinge on the outcome of the ECB meeting on October 26.
Development bank back in Uzbekistan with financing as President Mirziyoyev continues with reforms deemed attractive to investors and required for an economic upsurge.
Michaela Marksova spoke out after EU ministers gathered in Luxembourg dealt with French concerns over “posted” cheap foreign labour, agreeing to substantially tighten rules on migrant workers.
Eugen Sturza takes office amid rising conflict between pro-Russian President Igor Dodon, who is temporary suspended, and the pro-EU government.
Kyiv Economic Court ruled to cancel the sale of a 92.8% stake in Ukrtelecom which is now controlled by oligarch Rinat Akhmetov, but analysts believe there is a good chance of winning an appeal against the ruling.
bne IntelliNews looks at the billionaire populist's options for forming a government after his Ano party's victory in the Czech general election.
The IPO of the major metals and energy player on the London Stock Exchange has been hotly anticipated.
Bootleg traders said to be distributing wares via motorbike delivery services, Iraqi Kurdistan known to be big source of illicit booze.
Government plans to analyse Montenegro Airlines' operations as it questions whether the carrier can become stable again and operate without accumulating new debt.
Victory in capital centrepiece of dominant performance from ruling centre-left party, which won all five of Georgia's most important mayoral races.
Slovenia's "Instagram king" Borut Pahor is still expected to win a second term as president, but will face former comedian in runoff.
Head of state does not see unresolved allegations as obstacle to making billionaire and fellow populist prime minister, but most potential coalition partners say they don’t want him in the cabinet.
September’s trading was influenced by higher oil prices and the appreciating ruble, which was particularly supportive of oil and gas names led by Lukoil and Novatek.
Shoemaker's debut on Moscow stock exchange demonstrates that the Russian equity market is alive and well and not reserved for energy and industry heavyweights.
Liberal, pro-EU parties left in weak position by vote which gives billionaire Andrej Babis choice of a strong minority government or coalition arrangement with one or two of several potential partners.