Sources quoted as saying bank has concerns about Turkey’s volatile currency and economic outlook. Market already braced for Unicredit to depart Istanbul.
Release of wiretaps that prosecutors claim indicate criminal activity is seen as an attempt to silence President Radev, a staunch critic of both Bulgaria’s new chief prosecutor and Boyko Borrisov’s government.
Turkish leader hits out at “desert lord” Haftar. Says he’s losing patience with military assault in Syrian region of Idlib.
Former government officials struggle to reinvent themselves in the post-revolution country and find themselves under pressure by investigators. In another incident, a former police commander last September apparently killed himself.
Bucharest-listed Purcari Wineries aims to build a wine champion in the fragmented CEE market, via both organic growth and M&A.
North Macedonia’s government has raised the minimum wage by a cumulative 44% since 2017 amid low productivity growth.
Albania was notorious as a major producer of marijuana until a government crackdown in 2014, but an Italian police report leaked to the media shows there has been backsliding recently.
Fermi Energia is looking to develop Estonia's first source of nuclear energy in the 2030s, but environmental groups say it would pose “significant risks” to the environment and be economically unfeasible.
TAPI project, also to traverse Pakistan, is going nowhere fast. Claims that Turkmen section is complete seen as highly dubious.
The controversial comments came just days before the foreign ministers of the two sides are scheduled to meet for another round of talks.