Ankara’s GDP, investment and tourism data do not stand up to scrutiny says German lender in scathing report concluding the reported Turkish “economic miracle” may even be a politically influenced mirage.
When irresponsible politicians play with rules instead of following them, the one who ends up paying is the country itself. Before September 10, I thought Poroshenko was smarter and Saakashvili was less self-centered.
Croatia is set to enjoy another record-breaking season but the impressive growth of the sector is not without its problems. Some popular Croatian resorts have suffered from overexposure, while the industry is also experiencing a labour shortage.
2017, so far, has been the best year for Central European equities since 2012, while the Russian index has been the worst performing major stock market.
The success of the sanctions will depend on whether Russia succeeds in transforming its economy.