The European Spallation Source, a world-leading scientific research centre, will soon be opening in Lund, Sweden. Natasha Turak speaks to the city's mayor to find out what opportunities this will bring for investors.
Capital investment and job creation on the wane in 'rest of Europe' region, with Russia taking the highest number of projects.
Serbia's finance minister, Dusan Vujovic, is a core figure in the country's economic recovery. He tells Jacopo Dettoni how its privatisation programme, economic reforms and infrastructure upgrade will put Serbia on a more stable footing.
Luxembourg is carving out a niche as a finch hub, offering start-ups in the sector an impressive support network. However, can such a small location attract and retain the required talent to compete with the likes of London and San Francisco? Natasha Turak investigates.
A look at the news headlines might suggest that Europe is in dire straits, but its 'Europe 2020 strategy' is still on track, according to the results of a recent annual growth survey.
Waipa's newly appointed executive director, Bostjan Skalar, tells Jacopo Dettoni why developing countries must focus on priority markets and sustainable development goals in an uncertain economy.
The EBRD registered record levels of investment in central Asia in 2015, and also welcomed China as a member. Its president, Suma Chakrabarti, tells Jacopo Dettoni why China's modern Silk Road initiative could provide multiple benefits to the region.
For Chinese investors looking to the UK market, Birmingham may not be their first port of call. Enter PGC Capital, a Shanghai-based private equity firm, which has identified the enormous investment potential in the city and is funding a range of projects in the infrastructure, property and energy sectors. Natasha Turak explains why.
Hungary was once the economic poster child of central and eastern Europe. However, since the financial crisis the country has struggled, and under nationalistic prime minister Viktor Orban its levels of FDI have plummeted. Michal Kaczmarski analyses just what went wrong.
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