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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Note that we just search, research & build the data set, rather than making any claims to their representation or appropriateness. We do think though that individually they may serve as guides to further research & analysis, and jointly represent a good enough rough indicator of how a certain country or cluster stands comparatively. If you need the raw XLS data file or specific further analysis, please do write us with a genuine interest.

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  • Transforming Tajikistan: Elsewhere in emerging Europe
    on April 18, 2021

    Our weekly digest of articles about emerging Europe published elsewhere this week, all of which caught our eye and all of which are well worth your time. Listing them here, however, does not necessarily mean that we agree with every word, nor do they necessarily reflect Emerging Europe’s editorial policy. Transforming Tajikistan: Between a Soviet Transforming Tajikistan: Elsewhere in emerging Europe was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Yuri Gagarin’s first space flight remains one of humanity’s finest achievements
    on April 16, 2021

    Sixty years on from the first manned space flight the journey of Yuri Gagarin around the Earth retains an importance that transcends history and propaganda. April 12 marked the 60th anniversary of one of the most important milestones in the history of humanity: for the first time, a human being emerged from our planet into Yuri Gagarin’s first space flight remains one of humanity’s finest achievements was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Ognjen Glavonić’s The Load: A controversial, anti-war masterpiece
    on April 16, 2021

    Ognjen Glavonić’s The Load invites its audience to reflect on the banality of evil and their own roles in perpetuating injustice and intolerance. Before Ognjen Glavonić’s 2018 film The Load was even released, it was dogged by criticism. It was “anti-Serbian” and “pro-Albanian”, complained some. Such charges against artists who dare to tackle controversial subjects Ognjen Glavonić’s The Load: A controversial, anti-war masterpiece was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • The art of protest in Belarus
    on April 16, 2021

    Protests in Belarus since a rigged presidential election last August have been characterised by their creativity. So much so that as well as inspiring works of art, the protests themselves have often resembled performance pieces. In the run up to the 2020 Belarusian presidential election, few expected it would be different from that in 2015 The art of protest in Belarus was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Baku, Bucharest and Budapest get green light for UEFA 2020
    on April 16, 2021

    There was good news for football fans this week when UEFA announced that fans will be allowed to attend this year’s European football championships, UEFA 2020. It was also good news for the three cities in emerging Europe that will be hosting matches: Baku, Bucharest, and Budapest. Albert Camus, one of the 20th century’s greatest Baku, Bucharest and Budapest get green light for UEFA 2020 was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • The Warsaw Stock Exchange 30 years on
    on April 16, 2021

    The first session of the Warsaw Stock Exchange was held on April 16, 1991. With the second-largest initial public offering (IPO) in Europe and a record number of listings for gaming companies, the Warsaw Stock Exchange (GPW) – which in April 16 celebrated its 30th birthday – has come a long way in the three The Warsaw Stock Exchange 30 years on was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • The end of Bulgaria’s Borissov? Emerging Europe this week
    on April 16, 2021

    Central Europe Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said on Wednesday that he will not seek to lead the next government after his centre-right GERB party won the most votes in last week’s parliamentary elections but fell well short of a majority. Borissov has governed the country for 11 years, but the election left GERB without The end of Bulgaria’s Borissov? Emerging Europe this week was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • International trade policy has the opportunity to lead the digital transformation
    on April 16, 2021

    The sheer volume of available data means that identifying new markets before they go mainstream has never been easier. But are businesses – and governments – ready to take advantage? A good salesperson can sell sand in the desert, so the saying goes. In other words, we shouldn’t hesitate to grasp any market opportunity – International trade policy has the opportunity to lead the digital transformation was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • ‘Find your niche, and excel in it’
    on April 15, 2021

    The need for CEE’s firms to carry out a genuine digital transformation offers a huge opportunity to move up the value chain. But only those firms which get it right will survive. Firms in Central and Eastern Europe have a chance to move up the value chain and shift from outsourcing to global competitiveness and ‘Find your niche, and excel in it’ was originally published on Emerging Europe.

  • Moldova’s president must wait a while longer before she can call a snap election
    on April 15, 2021

    Moldova took a step closer towards a snap election on April 15 when the country’s Constitutional Court ruled that President Maia Sandu is free to dissolve parliament. However, she will have to wait until May 31 – when the current state of emergency is due to end – before doing so. Moldova’s Constitutional Court ruled Moldova’s president must wait a while longer before she can call a snap election was originally published on Emerging Europe.