Poland’s unemployment rate likely stood at 5.1% in October, unchanged from September, according to an estimate by the Labour Ministry. Labour Minister Marlena Malag said on November 8 that the data showed that the economic slowdown had not yet affected the labour market. “We still have 5.1% after the correction, which is lower than in…Details
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Moldova managed to reduce gas consumption by 57% and electricity by 14.25% YoY in October, the Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Spinu, Minister of Infrastructure and Regional Development, announced. “I am grateful to all our citizens for participating in this national savings effort. Some say that a small saving that a man can make is insignificant.…Details
Income inequality and the huge value-added tax (VAT) gap are the major problems in Lithuania, Munawer Khwaja, a World Bank tax expert, has said. “Income inequality is one of the highest in Lithuania. Another big problem is the VAT gap, which is the third highest among the EU countries. Only Italy and Greece have a…Details
The international reserves of Ukraine increased by 5.5%, amounting to $25.24 billion as of November 1, according to preliminary estimates of the National Bank. “As of November 1, Ukraine’s international reserves amounted to $25,244.2 million, according to tentative data. They increased by 5.5% thanks to stable inflows from international partners and a decrease in the…Details
External power has been restored to Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) two days after it lost all access to off-site electricity due to Russia’s shelling, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reports. On November 4, at around 22:00, the 750 kV power supply to all six units of the ZNPP had been re-established, and…Details
Georgian authorities and the International Monetary Fund have reached a staff-level agreement on policies for completion of the first review of the stand-by arrangement following “productive discussions” between the parties, which will allow the organisation to allocate $38 million for the country, the IMF announced on November 7. The fund’s mission visited Georgia on October…Details
Border guards at the Kybartai checkpoint have blocked five freight wagons with Russian military symbols from entering Lithuania. The State Border Guard Service (VSAT) reported on November 4 that the border guards ordered to disconnect a total of five freight wagons from two Russian trains and to return them to the Kaliningrad region before the…Details