The World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report 2018 gives Slovenia a perfect score for macroeconomic stability.
Two Southeast European states have the highest risk of poverty and social inclusion among EU members, while the lowest risks are in the Czech Republic.
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.
Former Banka Slovenije head quit after receiving death threats over the 2013 banking sector bail-in, and most MPs want a replacement who is committed to investigating the transactions.
The surge is explained by the current bankruptcy law, under which the National Financial Agency is obliged to start bankruptcy proceedings for any company whose accounts have been blocked for more than 120 days, Coffee study finds.
With the arrival of autumn-winter collections in stores the prices of garments increased by 11.1%, pushing up consumer prices.
Dip in arrivals in August causes consternation in world’s most tourism dependent economy, but tourist numbers soar in other Eastern Adriatic destinations.
The tiny Adriatic nation's R&D spending is the highest in the region relative to the size of its economy, European Commission data shows.
Romania was the only EU member state to see VAT collection contract, despite a cut in its effective VAT rate.