Russian oligarch and president of the Olympic fencing committee Alisher Usmanov weighed into the doping scandal on December 6, sending a letter to the Olympic committee saying competing under the national flag is a right, not a privilege.
Polish energy market regulator URE launched an auction for up to 2.5 gigawatts of onshore wind power capacity as Warsaw seeks to meet the EU-required target of a 15% share of renewable energy in final energy consumption by 2020.
PKN Orlen aims to build a strong group capable of competing on the international market, but takeover plans raise questions about Energa’s controversial project to build a major new coal-fired power plant.
Move must be made before state lender can challenge US court’s ability to hold trial, he adds.
Ekrem Imamoglu seen as possibly biggest threat to Turkish strongman in next presidential election.
Expenses scandal erupts in Kosovo as local media report that Haradinaj spent an average of €1,000 each working day on extravagant lunches during less than two years in office.
As Bosnia's new state-level prime minister, Zoran Tegeltija says he will implement much needed reforms to unlock the country’s EU membership path and secure a new deal with the IMF.
Having made a successful debut on the international bond market this year, Uzbekistan is considering options for future funding that could include a Eurobond issue in the local currency.
Russian president claims Bulgaria is under "international pressure" to delay pipeline project, while section via neighbouring Serbia is nearly finished.
Military bloc’s leaders don’t discuss Turkish leader’s demand for classification of Kurdish militia as “terrorist”. Communique describing “a forward-looking reflection process” appears to give strongman way out of dispute.
More bank share price gains ‘likely only in early 2020’. Signs emerge, meanwhile, foreign investors are locking in stock market gains as sanctions risk mounts.
The price Europe pays for Russian gas fell to its lowest level in 15 years, according to Russian national gas company Gazprom’s accounts.
Plantcraft Innovacios has developed soy, gluten, and additive-free cold cuts using natural plant protein sources. It's now targeting the US where a revolution in plant-based meat substitutes is already underway.
Slovakia’s former prime minister and leader of the ruling Smer party Robert Fico has called for Slovakia’s investment gold, stored in the Bank of England, to be brought home.
The attacks and intimidation on the National Bank of Ukraine, allegedly being carried out by oligarch Ihor Kolomoisky, went up a notch on December 3 when protestors targeted the private residence of NBU governor Yakiv Smolii.
Russia’s Gazprom flagship Power of Siberia gas pipeline mega-project that connects Russia’s Siberian gas fields with China came online on December 2, after the investment of billions of dollars that will earn the company billions more
Coop Bank sells 71% of offered shares as retail investors help get IPO away despite disappointing response from institutional amid flood of negative news stories on Baltic banking sector.
Finance Minister Anila Denaj says budgets will be revised from scratch and funds diverted from other projects to fund reconstruction after 4,000 people lost their homes.
Satellite technology firm refers to 700,000 barrels a day possibly successfully shipped despite US attempt to drive consignments to zero.
Ukrainian and Russian ministers extended talks for a new natural gas supply contract though Ukraine at a bilateral meeting in Vienna on November 28, Ukraine's energy ministry said in a press release that day.