In addition to the Visegrad Four and the Three Seas Initiative, a new central European bloc formed around common security issues relating to Russia is beginning to form, writes Grzegorz Górny. The initiative could be called “S” – for a S-shaped route from the Baltic sea countries through Poland and Ukraine down to Romania.
Civilizational unity of the continent is expressed through nations, not against them. Complementarity and partnership should be based on the fundaments of strong and developing national economies, strengthened by local dynamics, argues Thibaud Cassel, a French journalist who works in Central-Eastern Europe (CEE).
Record number of investments from private equity and venture capital in Central and Eastern Europe. Polish companies are what really drew the investors. In 2017, the value of the investments reached EUR 3.5 billion according to Invest Europe.
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