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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- Mariupol stands down: Emerging Europe this weekon May 20, 2022
You can read all of our coverage of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, including explainers and articles offering context and background information here. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine Ukraine this week ordered its remaining forces in the port city of Mariupol to stand down, but there are conflicting reports about the number of fighters who have since Mariupol stands down: Emerging Europe this week was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- Solutions are needed fast to unblock Ukrainian grain exports, says UN chiefon May 19, 2022
Russia must allow the safe and secure export of grain stored in Ukrainian ports to avoid global famine. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine threatens to tip tens of millions of people over the edge into food insecurity, followed by malnutrition, mass hunger and famine, in a crisis that could last for years, the UN Secretary-General António Solutions are needed fast to unblock Ukrainian grain exports, says UN chief was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- Ukraine’s remarkable tech sector continues to deliver on May 19, 2022
Speed of reaction, agility, and nimbleness have been key to the astonishing resilience of Ukraine’s IT sector, which in the first quarter of 2022 posted export numbers higher than 2021, despite Russia’s invasion of the country. Ukraine’s export-oriented IT industry provided a record two billion US dollars of revenue for the first quarter of 2022, Ukraine’s remarkable tech sector continues to deliver was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- EU reveals plan to end its reliance on Russian gason May 18, 2022
‘We must now reduce as rapidly as possible our reliance on Russia in energy’, says European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen. The European Commission has revealed its plan for how Europe can end its reliance on Russian fossil fuels by 2027, and use the pivot away from Moscow to quicken its shift to green EU reveals plan to end its reliance on Russian gas was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- How the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh caused decades of misery for older peopleon May 18, 2022
With tensions still high – and further conflict still possible – both Armenian and Azerbaijani authorities need to make clear and firm commitments to prioritise the protection of older people. The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh has caused decades of misery for older people, Amnesty International has claimed in How the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh caused decades of misery for older people was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- Expect more of the same as Viktor Orbán takes office in Hungary for fifth time on May 17, 2022
Hungary, which is nearly completely dependent on Russian oil, continues to block and EU embargo, and its prime minister, Viktor Orbán, appears to be in no mood to back down. Amidst yet another row with the European Union, this time over a new package of economic sanctions against Russia, Viktor Orbán was formally sworn in as Expect more of the same as Viktor Orbán takes office in Hungary for fifth time was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- Emerging Europe Talks Sustainable Impact — ESG awareness with Professor Bolesław Rokon May 17, 2022
Climate change is a serious threat and the costs of not tackling the challenge accordingly will increase over time. According to NASA, 2021 was the sixth hottest year on record, with the planet warming by 1.1°C above the average from the start of the industrial revolution. Greater frequency and severity of climate hazards can create Emerging Europe Talks Sustainable Impact — ESG awareness with Professor Bolesław Rok was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a test for the EU’s economic resilienceon May 16, 2022
Inflation will be high across all of the European Union in 2022, with the countries of emerging Europe particularly vulnerable to rising prices. The European Commission has been forced to revise the EU’s growth outlook downwards, and the forecast for inflation upwards following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The outlook for the EU’s economy before the Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a test for the EU’s economic resilience was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- Social media trolls in the Visegrád 4: How big is the threat?on May 16, 2022
While military conflict is currently confined to the territory of Ukraine, the information war is not. Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine began on February 24, all four of the Visegrád countries (Czechia, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia) have experienced a sharp increase in the activity of inauthentic profiles across various social media platforms. Ukraine’s IT sector Social media trolls in the Visegrád 4: How big is the threat? was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- Made in emerging Europe: Campiri, Techceleratoron May 16, 2022
Emerging Europe’s start-up scene is thriving: new money and new ideas are coming onto the market all the time. To keep you up to date with the latest investments, innovations, movers and shakers, each Monday Emerging Europe brings you a round-up of the region’s start-up news. Campiri: Czech motorhome rental platform raises 2.7 million euros Motorhome rental Made in emerging Europe: Campiri, Techcelerator was originally published on Emerging Europe.