Two lawyers examine Uzbekistan’s plans to lure investors by using English law.
The ten GAZ workers on a road trip across Europe to highlight the plight of Russia's second largest car plant arrived in Vienna on December 4 and delivered a letter to the US ambassador to highlight their plight.
fectly placed to grow further after the relocation of its HQ s to Budapest. Of the five major international development banks operating in the EU, IIB is the only one stationed in the region and is building on its CEE identity
CMDA announces short-listing of 20 companies for IPO/SPO through Tashkent Stock Exchange.
In a sign of the complex politics surrounding climate change, CEE has huge opportunities for investment into two growth areas: renewable energy and airports, finds a new study by law firm CMS.
What are the odds on China, Iran and Russia creating a new world currency? On Moscow slashing oil production? And on Hungary making a ‘Huxit’ while Trump gets an election hammering?
Erdogan administration in hurry to get back in fast lane but analysts warn reckless driving could spark fresh build-up of macro imbalances.
Local retail champions are expanding aggressively in the face of competition from international players attracted by the opening up of Uzbekistan’s economy.
Lithuania-based Vinted has raised €128mn in its latest funding round, which values the company at over $1bn making it Lithuania's first ever tech unicorn.
When the story broke it looked like a simple case of corruption. Mozambique, one of the poorest countries in the world, had taken on $2bn of secret debt to buy some patrol boats from a little know Middle Eastern arms dealer and three years later had
Time has almost run out for Russia and Ukraine to strike a new gas transit deal before the previous one expires. There are 16 days left until December 13 before it becomes impossible to reach a new agreement ahead of the expiration of the contract.
Albanian PM slams “patriots in pyjamas” as Bosnia, Kosovo and Montenegro hold off on joining regional integration project.
Annual assessment also notes Ankara has set ambitious plan for new coal-fired power plants but lack of financing is holding things up.
Time is running out for the planet. Next year is a crunch year when CO2 emissions must peak if we are to avoid an ecological disaster. Nuclear power is one of the few options we have. So Rosatom is rolling out small modular reactor (SMR).
Uzbekistan’s trade and FDI have soared after the reforms of the last three years. Deputy Investment and Foreign Trade Minister Laziz Kudratov outlines the next steps as Tashkent aims for WTO membership and a revival of Central Asian transport links.
X5 Retail Group is turning to technology in an effort to stay ahead of the disruption Russia’s food retail market is going face as the business goes digital.
The plan is to raise the credit on preferential terms.
Uzbekistan is preparing state-owned companies for privatisation in tandem with drawing up plans for a new strategy to revitalise the domestic capital markets.
There is an enigma as to why German political and public opinion is in favour of the Kremlin’s controversial Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline. "The Bridge: Natural Gas in a Redivided Europe" by Thane Gustafson tries to solve the riddle.
Russia’s RUB25.7 trillion ($390bn) investments planned for the 12 national projects are getting underway and the state will inject additional spending of 4% of GDP each year. The lion's share of investment will go into building roads.