: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Emerging Europe (UK)

    Poland & Ukraine Should Join Outsourcing Forces
    Dec09

    Poland & Ukraine Should Join Outsourcing Forces

    Poland and Ukraine, the two largest countries in Emerging Europe, should jointly promote themselves as an outsourcing destination. “They should create an outsourcing hub and complement one another in their offer,” Iwona Chojnowska-Haponik, director of the Foreign Investment Department at the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH), during the...

    Poland & Ukraine Should Join Outsourcing Forces
    Dec09

    Poland & Ukraine Should Join Outsourcing Forces

    Poland and Ukraine, the two largest countries in Emerging Europe, should jointly promote themselves as an outsourcing destination. “They should create an outsourcing hub and complement one another in their offer,” Iwona Chojnowska-Haponik, director of the Foreign Investment Department at the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH), during the...

    Poland & Ukraine Should Join Outsourcing Forces
    Dec09

    Poland & Ukraine Should Join Outsourcing Forces

    Poland and Ukraine, the two largest countries in Emerging Europe, should jointly promote themselves as an outsourcing destination. “They should create an outsourcing hub and complement one another in their offer,” Iwona Chojnowska-Haponik, director of the Foreign Investment Department at the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH), during the...

    Mobilising Private Sector Investment in Belarus, Moldova & Ukraine
    Dec08

    Mobilising Private Sector Investment in Belarus, Moldova & Ukraine

    Having taken over a difficult role in April 2017, Jason Pellmar, head of the Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova regional office of the International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank Group, talks to Andrew Wrobel about the opportunities offered by the three countries, and some of the challenges he may face. How do you see...

    Mobilising Private Sector Investment in Belarus, Moldova & Ukraine
    Dec08

    Mobilising Private Sector Investment in Belarus, Moldova & Ukraine

    Having taken over a difficult role in April 2017, Jason Pellmar, head of the Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova regional office of the International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank Group, talks to Andrew Wrobel about the opportunities offered by the three countries, and some of the challenges he may face. How do you see...

    Mobilising Private Sector Investment in Belarus, Moldova & Ukraine
    Dec08

    Mobilising Private Sector Investment in Belarus, Moldova & Ukraine

    Having taken over a difficult role in April 2017, Jason Pellmar, head of the Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova regional office of the International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank Group, talks to Andrew Wrobel about the opportunities offered by the three countries, and some of the challenges he may face. How do you see...

    Skiing in Emerging Europe
    Dec07

    Skiing in Emerging Europe

    With the first snows of the winter having already fallen across Emerging Europe, many people’s thoughts would have already turned to winter holidays, and to skiing. While for many the countries of the region are not the first to spring to mind when planning a ski trip, there are in fact a number of very good ski resorts in this part of the...

    EBRD Transition Report Highlights Financial Sector Resilience
    Dec07

    EBRD Transition Report Highlights Financial Sector Resilience

    The EBRD’s latest Transition Report: Sustaining Growth, issued at the end of November, has highlighted a welcome upturn in the pace of reform in emerging economies where the bank invests, four years after reporting that reforms were stalling or even being thrown into reverse. The EBRD also unveiled a new set of investment criteria for its...

    Wizz Air in Huge Polish & Ukrainian Expansion
    Dec05

    Wizz Air in Huge Polish & Ukrainian Expansion

    Reflecting customer demand, Wizz Air has announced 15 new Polish and Ukrainian routes, which will connect Katowice with Porto, Munich, Lviv, Kharkiv, Malaga, Faro, Podgorica; Gdansk with Lviv; Warsaw with Podgorica and Poznan with Dortmund from March 2018. “We expect to deliver 30 million passengers in 2018, as Wizz Air currently offers over 550...

    Wizz Air in Huge Polish & Ukrainian Expansion
    Dec05

    Wizz Air in Huge Polish & Ukrainian Expansion

    Reflecting customer demand, Wizz Air has announced 15 new Polish and Ukrainian routes, which will connect Katowice with Porto, Munich, Lviv, Kharkiv, Malaga, Faro, Podgorica; Gdansk with Lviv; Warsaw with Podgorica and Poznan with Dortmund from March 2018. “We expect to deliver 30 million passengers in 2018, as Wizz Air currently offers over 550...

    Page 1 of 11

    Pin It on Pinterest