For Frederic Beigbeder, the author of L’amour dure trois ans, love lasts three years but things are rather different in the case of the love that the Netherlands and Romania enjoy. Their relationship started in 1880, when the two countries began a diplomatic dialogue. Fast forward to 2017, and the Netherlands is the largest foreign investor in Romania with some 4,400 firms with Dutch capital. Continue reading Netherlands and Romania’s Love-Match Continues
Building a green economy is a new trend, now, for every country. But still, many countries are concerned about environmental limitations that can slow down the economic growth.
The emerging Europe countries are now entering a period of slower growth. Despite the fact that the income gap with Western Europe countries has become narrower, not everyone seems to have shared this prosperity. Enhanced policy structures and supportive reforms have helped these countries in the last decades, but nowadays the financial crisis is affecting these markets badly.
Since the beginning of the military conflict in eastern Ukraine, quite a few foreign companies have left the country. Other firms decided to stay and grow the business, however, seeing Ukraine as a great location for their manufacturing facilities. Continue reading Longstanding Early Investors Say Ukraine Offers Foreign Manufacturers Great Prospects
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko felt quite content, during his visit to Copenhagen in early April 2017, when he heard leading Danish companies that already work, or plan to invest, in Ukraine say that they had already noticed practical results of the reforms. “This is a very good advertisement for potential investors to come and work with us,” he said at a joint press conference with Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen.