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:
PDF download of the SEE cluster data with sources
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 in Emerging Market Data.
Theme Related Tracker
If it wasn’t real it would be a cartoon:
- Europe raises its green tempoon March 23, 2023
The global clean energy race began some time ago, yet it is only now that the European Union is hitting its stride. Can the European ‘upstart’ keep up with the trailblazers’ tempo? While avoiding a subsidy shakedown, European countries should adopt a bottom-up approach and double down on their efforts to attract green investment. China Europe raises its green tempo was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- Economy in focus: Lithuaniaon March 23, 2023
Though it continues to struggle with inflation as it adjusts to cutting Russia out of its energy mix, Lithuania is set for renewed, if modest, growth. Since the liberalisation of its economy following the restoration of its independence in 1991, Lithuania has enjoyed massive growth; its gross domestic product grew 308 per cent between 2000 and Economy in focus: Lithuania was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- Romania’s luddites push back against automationon March 22, 2023
Romania’s IT sector thrives, but among the general population – and some of its politicians – there is a growing fear of anything digital. It was with great fanfare that early in March Romania’s government unveiled Ion, a supposedly artificial intelligence (AI)-powered adviser that would offer the country’s prime minister, Nicolae Ciucă, updates on what Romania’s luddites push back against automation was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- How AI is leading the fight against online child abuseon March 22, 2023
The AI for Safer Children initiative – a collaboration between the UN Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute’s Centre for AI and Robotics and the Ministry of Interior of the UAE – is helping law enforcement agencies tap into the potential of AI. The widespread availability of information technologies such as social media and messaging How AI is leading the fight against online child abuse was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- Armenia’s earthquake resilienceon March 21, 2023
Since a 1988 earthquake killed tens of thousands and left half a million people homeless, Armenia has taken steps to study earthquake hazard, update construction codes, and retrofit older buildings. But while Armenia’s rescuers help earthquake victims abroad, there is still more work to be done at home. At 11:41 on December 7, 1988, a Armenia’s earthquake resilience was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- Business leadership in the polycrisis eraon March 20, 2023
Reflections on the CEE results of PwC’s 26th Annual Global CEO Survey. At the World Economic Forum in Davos in January, the word on everyone’s lips was “polycrisis”. Around the world – and particularly here in Central and Eastern Europe – companies, governments and societies have been facing a combination of emergencies: the war in Business leadership in the polycrisis era was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- Made in emerging Europe: Škodaon March 20, 2023
Something a bit different this week: a look at Czech automobile manufacturer Škoda. In an extremely challenging environment, 2022 was a good year for Czech automobile manufacturer Škoda. Despite several external factors impacting the company’s financial results (the sharp rise in the price of raw materials, the ongoing shortage of semiconductors and the financial burdens Made in emerging Europe: Škoda was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- The last word: Georgia on my mindon March 19, 2023
The government may have pulled a controversial ‘foreign agents’ law but Georgia’s decline continues. For those of us who adore the country, this is a deep shame. In this week’s column I originally planned to write about the Georgia Investment Forum held earlier this week in London, focusing on the investment opportunities the country offers. The last word: Georgia on my mind was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- Postcard from Narvaon March 18, 2023
Narva offers visitors more than a glimpse into Russia—its stunning castle and rich culture deserve being enjoyed in their own rights. After just over two hours on an eastward train from the Estonian capital of Tallinn, I was greeted with a somewhat unusual sight for a Schengen Area station: passport control. I was on Estonia’s, Postcard from Narva was originally published on Emerging Europe.
- In its struggle to hold on to power, the Lukashenko regime risks Belarus’ futureon March 17, 2023
If Belarus is to maintain its sovereignty, then dismantling the Lukashenko dictatorship is critical. Among Eastern European states, none have remained under Russia’s influence the way Belarus has. Its president, Alexander Lukashenko, a self-described dictator, has ruled the country with an iron fist since taking office in 1994. As such, it comes as a surprise to In its struggle to hold on to power, the Lukashenko regime risks Belarus’ future was originally published on Emerging Europe.