Russian issuers defied UK PM Theresa May’s decision to expel 23 Russian diplomats in the spy poisoning scandal, as Gazprom issued a €750mn bond, which was followed by a $3bn sovereign issue.
Macedonia's state pension fund is in a critical financial condition after years of pension hikes and contributions cuts by the former government aimed at securing popular support.
Last year alone, Romanian state coffers were deprived of €640mn in taxes and excises -- money that could have gone into new schools, hospitals, and propping up Romania’s crumbling infrastructure. The culprit: the illicit tobacco trade.
Molodovan winemaker Purcari plans acquisition spree after Bucharest IPO.
As Kosovo continues its quest for full international recognition, the president of Europe's youngest country says there is “no price” on relations with its western allies — despite a recent rift over attempts to scrap a new war crimes court.