Central & Eastern Europe
US-Russia tensions are not deterring Russian IT firms from seeking American capital.
Greece makes a deal with its neighbor to change the country's name to North Macedonia.
Investors looking to build in Bulgaria will find government incentives and low-cost labor, but also a skills shortage.
Lithuania's laser focus attracts new investment.
Cryptocurrencies face increasing regulation.
One Hungarian is helping innovators come together and get started.
Innovators, especially from smaller countries, are overcoming the region’s odds.
New EU rules on data privacy come into effect this month.
Johann Strobl, CEO of Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI), talks about the positive results from the bank’s digital and structural transformations.
Romania has a troublesome reputation but robust growth, and is working to raise its game through the tech industry and improvements to the business environment.
With popular elected leaders and strong growth in their economies, the sometimes-feisty CEE nations are standing tall—and keeping an eye on corruption and labor costs.
Slovakia's new prime minister Peter Pellegrini is struggling the escape the shadow of his predecessor who was forced to resign after the murder of a journalist investigating corrupt politicians.
New resource-extraction operations, Russia’s economic recovery and Asian investment are lifting prospects across the Caucasus.
As the Mediterranean island nation's economy has stabilized, so too have its banks.