SEE Data

Southeast Europe Data

Depending on the point of view, but we like it all from Istanbul to Ljubljana.

Current platform capacity in Slovenia, Croatia & Serbia:

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  • How Covid-19 taught me to love walking (and Bucharest)
    on October 22, 2021

    Before Covid-19, Emerging Europe’s editor Craig Turp rarely walked anywhere. Now, he writes, its his favourite form of transportation, even in a city as ill-prepared for pedestrians as the Romanian capital Bucharest. Bucharest does not readily lend itself to walking. The quality of its air is not the best, and badly parked cars often make How Covid-19 taught me to love walking (and Bucharest) was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • No end in sight to Shakhtar Donetsk’s lonely exile
    on October 22, 2021

    Shakhtar Donetsk, Ukraine’s most successful football club since independence, continues to live in exile, with little hope of  returning home anytime soon. Just over a decade ago, Ukrainian football looked set to take a major step forwards towards establishing itself as a leading European power. Attendances at Ukrainian Premier League matches were at record levels, No end in sight to Shakhtar Donetsk’s lonely exile was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Standup comedy is increasingly big in Belgrade
    on October 22, 2021

    A group of comedians have spent the last decade creating a small but vibrant standup scene in the Serbian capital Belgrade. It’s 8:30 pm on a Wednesday and the Ben Akiba comedy club in downtown Belgrade is full to the brim. In fact, it’s impossible to get a table unless you reserve in advance. Those Standup comedy is increasingly big in Belgrade was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Sylvie Vartan: French singer with Bulgarian, Armenian roots releases 50th album
    on October 22, 2021

    She’s been called the most famous French artist you’ve never heard of, but Sylvie Vartan has never forgotten her Bulgarian and Armenian roots. Sylvie Vartan, born in Bulgaria to an Armenian father and a Jewish-Hungarian mother, relocated to Paris in the 1950s and in the 1960s became a europop icon thanks to hits which include Sylvie Vartan: French singer with Bulgarian, Armenian roots releases 50th album was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • The lost potential of the Belarusian IT sector
    on October 22, 2021

    The ongoing crackdown against opposition in Belarus, which began in the aftermath of a rigged presidential election last August, has decimated the country’s promising IT sector. In February 2020, then-US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited High-Tech Park – a hub for IT firms – in the northeastern outskirts of Minsk, the capital of Belarus. The lost potential of the Belarusian IT sector was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Romania puts a general in charge: Emerging Europe this week
    on October 22, 2021

    Central Europe Romania’s President Klaus Iohannis nominated retired four-star army general Nicolae Ciucă as prime minister designate on Thursday, tasking him with forming a centrist government to end a month-long political stalemate. Ciucă, a member of the Liberal party, was briefly head of an interim government last year, and has served as defence minister since Romania puts a general in charge: Emerging Europe this week was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Warsaw Stock Exchange CEO highlights benefits of a digital złoty
    on October 21, 2021

    Marek Dietl, the CEO of the Warsaw Stock Exchange, tells Emerging Europe that he believes a digital złoty is Poland’s best bet in the global digital currency race. Two countries in Central and Eastern Europe, Estonia – which is taking a leading role in the development of a digital euro – and Ukraine – whose Warsaw Stock Exchange CEO highlights benefits of a digital złoty was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • As Bulgaria finally submits recovery plan to EU, campaigners point to ‘inadequate’ coal exit date
    on October 21, 2021

    A coal exit date of 2038 or 2040 is ‘inadequate’ say environmentalists. Hit by a political crisis that has left the country without a government for more than six months, Bulgaria last week finally submitted its National Resilience and Recovery Plan (NRRP) to the European Commission, a prerequisite for receiving financial support from the European As Bulgaria finally submits recovery plan to EU, campaigners point to ‘inadequate’ coal exit date was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • The explainer: How does Bosnia and Herzegovina work?
    on October 20, 2021

    Bosnia and Herzegovina is, in many respects, a unique country. Its political system has often been called one of the most complicated in the world. So how does it all work? And does its complexity play a role in the country’s infamously unstable political landscape? In order to understand today’s Bosnia and Herzegovina, it’s necessary The explainer: How does Bosnia and Herzegovina work? was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Montenegro set to enjoy emerging Europe’s highest economic growth
    on October 20, 2021

    Montenegro and Moldova will see emerging Europe’s highest levels of economic growth in 2021, but the outlook is positive across the region. The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (wiiw) expects the economies of emerging Europe to grow by 5.4 per cent this year. The potential is there, say 3SI stock exchange bosses NATO’s Mircea Montenegro set to enjoy emerging Europe’s highest economic growth was originally published on Emerging Europe.