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Turkey is heading for a classic currency crisis. All of its reserves and then some are borrowed.
Russia’s budget posted a record deficit of RUB3.411 trillion in the January-May period.
Industrial sector declines by 8.3% year-on-year in April.
The strengthening of Moldova's ties with the EU opened European markets to the breakaway Transnistria republic but the long-frozen conflict still has to be resolved.
Climate change and impact of currency appreciation on export competitiveness drive investments into smart agriculture, Armenia's deputy economy minister tells bne IntelliNews.
The results of the H2Atlas-Africa project, sponsored by the German government, are presented in the form of an interactive atlas, which shows “locations of interest” in Southern African countries.
Five EU member states bordering Ukraine will be allowed to keep some of their restrictions on imports of Ukrainian agricultural produce in place until September 15, the European Commission decided on June 5.
Geothermal energy could strengthen Hungary’s energy security, replacing up to 1.5 bcm of natural gas a year.
Russian grain exports are expected to reach record levels in the current 2022-2023 agricultural season, with estimates by various domestic agencies and institutions ranging from 55.5mn to 59.3mn tonnes.
The hot summer weather arrived in Uzbekistan a week earlier than usual, giving the country the opportunity to start the export of watermelon in the first 10 days of May, around a week earlier ...
Czechia, Estonia and Slovakia are planning budget cuts at a time when interest rates are still painfully high and many economies have yet to emerge from recession.
West might talk tough on Russia sanctions enforcement, but it may have to settle for half-hearted promises from region.
Poland's Purchasing Managers' Index gained 0.4 points to 47 in May (chart), beating expectations, the economic intelligence company S&P Global said on June 1.
The seasonally adjusted S&P Global Russia Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index posted 53.5 points in May, above the 50.0 no-change mark indicating expansion, signalling a “solid upturn in operating conditions at Russian manufacturing firms.
Input costs and selling prices, however, continued to rise amid reports of currency weakness.
De Ruyter has laid out a case for decarbonisation to allay South Africa's deepening energy crisis, which he says would restore investor confidence and create jobs amid staggering unemployment levels.
EC President Ursula von der Leyen says holding the second EPC summit in Moldova sends out a strong message about the country's European future.
South Korea has entered into a joint venture with Poland to produce arms and ammo that will initially be used to supply Ukraine, but will later contribute to Warsaw’s ambitions to create the largest conventional force in Europe.