LatviaRising unemployment, a declining GDP and a large lag in FDI have created an unstable economic climate, causing global businesses to avoid Latvia when considering investment opportunities in the region. Read More...
EstoniaAn apparent trend toward increased government intervention in the private sector and disregard for contract enforcement may threaten Estonia's recent stellar GDP performance. Read More...
PolandPoland's economic future has been threatened by declining FDI, slowing job creation and the high-profile TPSA debt dispute, suggesting a turn away from operating within international business norms. Read More...
Bosnia & HerzegovinaBosnia & Herzegovina's rising unemployment and increasing deficit have slowed GDP growth, making it an unattractive market for foreign direct investment. Read More...
PortugalThe country's dramatic banking crisis coupled with job losses and drastic reductions in capital inflows point to an uncertain financial future in Portugal. Read More...
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CEIS Chair Robert Shapiro Addresses the Polish Nation
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