Europe behaves like a victim, which attracts aggressors, antiterrorism expert Hristo Smolenov told FOCUS Radio’s Good Morning Bulgaria in relation to frequent terrorist attacks. Apart from terror, ter
Luxembourg watchdogs have fined the local arm of Swiss private bank Edmond de Rothschild nearly 9 million euros (.1 million) for failing to take proper safeguards against money-laundering, the authori
We are frequently genuinely and understandably concerned with the lack of accountability that exists in much of our political and administrative public bodies.
Companies should embrace the changes coming with the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rather than fear them, a report by insurance broker and risk management firm Marsh
Construction needs to evolve as a matter of urgency if it is to meet modern infrastructure needs, global building materials giant CRH has said.
One of the country’s fastest growing food chains has officially opened in Cork, with an eye on more expansion in the city before the end of the year.
The Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) has left its forecasts for Irish economic growth unchanged – at 3.8% for this year and 3.6% for 2018 – but has urged new Finance Minister
Donald Trump’s net worth has fallen by $100m (€90m), to $2.9bn, as his office properties aren’t bringing in as much cash as banks that loaned him money had expected.
Tesco’s Irish operations — which employ more than 13,000 people — will not be affected by the British supermarket giant’s latest cost-cutting round.
The Parliament has approved in first reading changes to the tax code to enhance the effectiveness in administrative collaboration between tax authorities, FOCUS News Agency reported. This will happen
The most expensive apartments listed on Imobiliare.ro are located in Bucharest. In the capital the prices are considerably higher when it comes to luxury residential properties. According to Imobiliar
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Bucharest has fallen nine positions since 2016 on the most expensive cities rank for expats to 181, Luanda being the most expensive city, according to a study published on Wednesday by the consultancy
The Central Bank of Azerbaijan (CBA) downed the lower limit of the interest rate corridor on liquidity operations from 12 percent to 10 percent.
TotalSoft, one of the leading software providers in Romania and part of software company Logo Yaz?l?m A.S (Logo), announces the appointment of Dania Selaru as executive director, to further develop an
A Cork-based company is launching a new medical trial aimed at preventing people from developing Type 2 diabetes.
Zoe Conway spoke to managers in the fruit industry who are struggling to recruit workers
Five Romanian banks have signed up to the SME Initiative in Romania, to provide new financing for Small and Medium enterprises (SMEs) across the country. The SME Initiative is managed by the EIB Group
The judge in the case says the cap causes "real misery", but the government intends to appeal.
When President Trump began taking a wrecking ball to some of America’s traditional foreign policies, going so far as to threaten the country’s long and sturdy relationship with its Western European al
By Rennos Ioannides* There is a well-known axiom in the financial world which stipulates that no banking system, and as a matter of fact, no economy, can survive with non-performing loan (NPL) figure
Mytaxi, the e-hailing player controlled by German car maker Daimler, has taken over Romanian company Clover Tec, which owns the taxi hail app Clever Taxi, in a deal worth eight figures. Clever Taxi wa
A "weak start" to 2017 in the UK buy-to-let sector leads mortgage lenders to cut their expectations.
The BBC's Theo Leggett shows us round Astrobotic's lunar lander, on display at the Paris Airshow.
Airbus has announced new deals with Iran on the sidelines of the 52nd Le Bourget Paris airshow, reassuring its commitment to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and associated rules
Airbus has announced new deals with Iran on the sidelines of the 52nd Le Bourget Paris Air Show, reassuring its commitment to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and associated rules.
Azerbaijan’s Cabinet of Ministers exempted the import of spare parts used for the production of bicycles from payment of customs duties for a period of 2 years.
The decision by the Competition and Markets Authority paves the way for the deal's completion in August.
(Updates with Hellenic comment in seventh paragraph and background in second) By Stelios Orphanides Bank workers’ union Etyk said that its members at Hellenic bank authorised it on Wednesday to take
Bank workers’ union Etyk said that its members at Hellenic bank authorised it on Wednesday to take any necessary action against the lender, including strike action, citing an “arbitrary” plan to set
The Romanian market will see the addition of 100,000 new properties, that will sell at costs that are 20 percent higher, a study by Directimo.ro said. More than half of the properties will be develope
After the 2 bronzes won at Direct/Use of Mobile and Mobile/App Games, Publicis Romania added to its collection an extra silver and an extra bronze with the same Mr. Bear Driver (in Media, Public Secto