Markets, meanwhile, draw breath as Erdogan prepares for November 13 White House meeting with Trump. Betting is that the two strongmen will reach an accommodation.
Mister Auto released a survey of which cities in the world are the best and worst to drive in that found Moscow has the second highest road rage index in the world, after only Ulaanbaatar.
Tens of thousands of people joined the 10th Independence March, an annual event that has gained notoriety because it is organised by far-right parties and groups seen as gaining strength in Poland.
Germany’s Bundestag parliament has failed to pass a bill that would have helped shield the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project from recent amendments to the EU’s gas directive.
Chinese investors might be interested in the flying car of Slovak designer Stefan Klein, as the Slovak News Agency learned at this year's China International Import Expo opened on November 5 in Shanghai.
PPF Group of Czech billionaire Peter Kellner reported net profit growth of 160% year-on-year to CZK14.6bn (€573mn) in 1H19, compared to CZK5.6bn (€220mn) the company earned in 1H18
The ruling is yet another blow to the ruling right-wing populists from PiS who came to power in 2015 with promises of overhauling the judiciary.
Western Europe is rapidly sliding into recession, but after a five-year-long boom, Central Europe is holding out.
EP Global Commerce Group (EPGC) of Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky and Slovak investor Patrik Tkac increased their share in German retailer Metro AG to 29.99% by acquiring 7.3% of Haniel ́s shares, becoming Metro ́s largest shareholder
Labour representatives “repudiate approval” of automaker’s plan to build plant in Turkey while violence in Syria continues.
Budapest will scrap plans to set up a separate system of public administration courts, which had been in the crossfire of international organisations.
PPF Group of the richest Czech Petr Kellner sold a 25% stake in the Hungarian radio communications company Telenor, which includes Telenor Hungary and Telenor Real Estate, to Antenna Hungaria.
Hungarian PM Viktor Orban defended his country's close ties with Russia and talked of Hungary’s position in a regional context “in the triangle between Moscow, Berlin and Istanbul” — with no mention of Brussels.
Belarus has "reinforced the nation's border” and "stationed more ground troops in the Lithuanian direction” in reaction to NATO exercises and the deployment of a contingent of US armed forces in neighbouring country near the border with Belarus, the
Slovakia's capital Bratislava might be considered as host to the mooted German Volkswagen Passat production plant that is now looking for a home after the company announced it would not build the €1bn plant in Turkey, sources told German weekly Autom
The Baltic Pipe is a major element in Poland’s plan to wean itself off Russian gas, which currently covers around two-thirds of the country’s demand.
Czech utility's second attempt to offload its Bulgarian assets is blocked by regulator, which warns deal would cause a "significant deterioration" of market competition.
Tourism in Slovakia broke a record in August, when hotels and guesthouses reported 2.5mn overnight stays, the most since 2006 when the Slovak Statistical Office started reporting monthly data
GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy has signed an agreement with Poland’s chemical giant Synthos, owned by the richest Pole Michal Solowow, on the potential construction of a small modular reactor.