Managers in Romania expect growth in construction, retail trade business, prices in next three months

For the next three months, Romanian managers expect an increase in business volume and prices in construction and retail trade, as well as a moderate increase in business volume and prices in the manufacturing industry and services according to findings of a survey conducted by the National Institute of Statistics (INS) and released on Friday.

Rossen Daskalov: We will Make an Assembly Line for up to 20,000 Cars a Year in Bulgaria

The words "plant" and "car production", pronounced in one sentence pertaining to Bulgaria, always provoke skepticism (mildly spoken). That's why a reporter from to the Sin Cars stand in Geneva to talk to Rossen Daskalov and figure out what his plans are, because this topic has been popular over the last month.

Croatian PM Announces 'New Economic Development Model'

"Croatia has entered the time of a new development model that relies on competitiveness and productivity, and not on massive public investment in infrastructure," Milanovic told the Invest HR conference in Zagreb on Monday.

"We have a new development model; we do not need hundreds of kilometres of new highways and thousands of new houses, but we need investment in quality," he added.