Fox says there was a "clear failure by the Kosovo government" to protect its rights over the Malesheva quarry.
Decision came shortly after a fund owned by Nat Rothschild took control over Avia Invest, which holds the concession, from an unknown owner represented by Ilan Shor, the visible beneficiary of Moldova's $1bn bank frauds.
Many ordinary Kazakhs who see the Chinese as an economically invasive force of no benefit to them want Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev to cancel his upcoming visit to Beijing.
Viktor Orban's track record in hollowing out democratic institutions and weakening the rule of law likely put pressure on the new European Commission president not to go ahead with nomination of Hungarian ex-justice minister Laszlo Trocsanyi.
The break-up of Romania's governing coalition increases political uncertainty ahead of a busy electoral calendar and amid a backdrop of rising macroeconomic imbalances.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk expects that Ukraine's GDP will grow by 5% in 2020, and over the next five years the government will ensure that the economy grows by "at least 40%"
Hong Kong Stock Exchange Listing committee has given the green light to Czech consumer lender Home Credit of Czech billionaires Petr Kellner and Jiri Smejc to IPO on the exchange, daily E15.cz reported on September 2.
The European Anti-Fraud Office carried out the highest number of investigations in Hungary among EU members last year and closed the most cases with recommendations.
Russian oil major Rosneft claims that state oil pipeline operator Transneft has failed to resolve all the issues with chlorine contaminated oil, Reuters reported on September 3 citing the announcement of Russia's largest crude oil producer.
Veterinary medicine company with two centuries of history in England moves analytical testing operations abroad as part of its preparations for a hard Brexit.
Prime Minister Andrej Babis has been facing an investigation over alleged European subsidies fraud in the Stork's Nest case for the past four years. Now the state prosecutor has changed his mind and suggested his supervisors halt the probe.
Newly elected Ukrainian Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk has pledged to liberalise the nation's land market in Ukraine by the middle of the next year.
Speculation that Mamuka Bakhtadze’s departure is related to intrigue surrounding nation’s flagship infrastructure project, Anaklia deep-sea port.
Auditor’s decision to withdraw three years of reports is likely to change the outcome of the $500mn international legal battle between businessman Anatol Stati and the Kazakh state.
Analysts warn of “slippery slope” with Ankara taking ‘Eurasian option’ of staying in Nato but deepening ties with Russia and Iran.
The value of new licences for crab fishing in Russia stands at RUB125.5bn ($1.9bn), Vedomosti daily reported citing the documents by the Ministry of Agriculture and approved by the Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Ukraine's newly appointed Foreign Minister Vadym Prystaiko is going to secure " a new page in the peace process" over the Donbas crisis within the next six month.
Erdogan administration reportedly trying to come up with formula that would not hit other automakers on market ravaged by recession.
EU should use all available platforms to force Brazil to change its behaviour, says Slovak Agriculture Minister Gabriela Matecna.
Shares in lender nosedive. Koc likely keen to avoid SPO that would hurt bank’s market value and reputation.