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"Westlessness" dominates the discussion at the Munich Security Conference

Ben Aris in Berlin February 16, 2020

The West has lost the initiative to illiberal powers like China and Russia that are now acting on their own, according to the "Westlessness" report produced ahead of the Munich Security Summit.

Returning migrants and trade disruptions: eastern EU members anticipate the cost of Brexit

bne IntelliNews January 31, 2020

Central European carmakers, Polish food producers and Czech brewers are among those expected to be hard hit by Brexit, but until a trade deal between the EU and UK is reached — or not — the extent of the fallout is impossible to predict.

East Asian investors ramp up investments in Central and Eastern Europe

Clare Nuttall in Glasgow January 21, 2020

China became the top investor in CEE in 2019, leading fellow East Asian investors that accounted for a growing share of M&A in the region. More deals are expected to follow, says a new report from law firm CMS.

OUTLOOK 2020 Poland

bne IntelliNews January 13, 2020

The new year is shaping up to be at least as tumultuous as the old one, or, in fact, each one since 2015, when the incumbent right-wing nationalist populists from PiS won their first term in power.

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