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Geothermal starts to glow in Southeast Europe

Clare Nuttall in Bucharest November 22, 2017

Turkey is an emerging geothermal superstar and countries across Eastern Europe are increasingly harnessing underground energy to provide cheap and eco-friendly local heating and energy.

Revived steel industry washes away Zenica’s blues

Ivana Jovanovic in Zenica November 14, 2017

ArcelorMittal Zenica CEO Biju Nair talks to bne IntelliNews about bringing one of Southeast Europe’s largest steel mills back to life in post-war Bosnia.

Are investors about to take flight from Romania?

Clare Nuttall in Bucharest November 3, 2017

Romania is the EU's fastest growing economy this year, but rattled by political unrest and frequent policy changes, investors may start to migrate to rival destinations.

Caucasus “golden triangle” cooperation steams ahead

Clare Nuttall in Bucharest November 1, 2017

As the first train embarks on the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway, the economic and geopolitical factors pushing Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey to cooperate are as strong as ever.

Can Eastern Europe top up the world’s wine glasses?

Clare Nuttall in Bucharest October 27, 2017

As bad weather in France and Italy caused world wine production to slump this year, sparking fears of future shortages, several countries in Eastern Europe have seen production rise.

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