At 4.1% y/y, Romania's July inflation will probably be the highest print for the year, ING analysts write.
Top officials say it’s all starting to come together for the Turkish economy. So why are some observers sniggering at the back?
Beijing sees the former Yugoslavia as a key element of its plan for greater access to European markets, but its investments in the region are a mixed blessing.
The core message for bankers and investors active in the CEE region should be: close to old records, potential for more but watch out for late cycle phenomena.
In Europe’s youngest country, media freedom is flourishing — yet a controversial story published by a leading broadsheet has turned the spotlight on the serious risks to press freedom and gender equality that remain.