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  1. Great-value money transfers finally reached CroatiaRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | PR Log

    When Paysera, an e-money institution licensed in Europe, concluded a partnership agreement with the biggest Croatian bank Zagrebacka Banka, costs of international money transfers to Croatia dropped to 1 HRK . PRLog - March 5, 2015 - VILNIUS, Lithuania -- Croatia became the last European Union country to which international transfers in its national currency and at the local rates were impossible until now.


  2. Vintage Toronto Ads: A Taste of HungaryRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Torontoist

    Walking into the Country Style Hungarian Restaurant along Bloor Street in the Annex is more than dining on central European cuisine served on checkered tablecloths. The venerable eatery stands as one of the last links to the strip's past, before Hungarian businesses, butchers, and restaurants gave way to cheap sushi joints and falafel spots.


  3. Locals told to watch out following bear sighting in BreclavRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Radio Prague

    Residents in the BreA lav area have been advised to exercise caution after a brown bear was sighted in local woodland on Tuesday. The animal is believed to have wandered into South Moravia across the Slovak border - and may have been in the area before.


  4. Slovakia gets paid for its bondsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Slovak Spectator

    FOR THE first time in its history, Slovakia saw its five-year bonds to be traded on the secondary markets with a negative yield. This means that investors are willing to pay more for the possibility to deposit their money in safe government securities, the Hospodarske Noviny daily reported in its March 4 issue.


  5. SWAN to launch 4G with Slovak PostRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    According to the Slovak Spectator, services in the city of Trnava. 'Slovenska Posta is the company with the biggest distribution network in Slovakia and exactly because of this we have chosen it as a partner for this project,' Zuzana Hanova from the marketing department at The new operator is to be dubbed 'Postatel', with Slovak Post entitled to take a 20% share in the firm, although it may delay entry to Postatel's shareholders for up to two years.


  6. Monopoly threatens the book marketRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Slovak Spectator

    TOGETHER 24 Slovak publishers signed a joint statement in which they protest against the monopolisation of the Slovak market for books. They point out the practices of the biggest book sales network Panta Rhei and the biggest publisher and at the same time the biggest book distribution company Ikar, and warn that the financial group J&T is gradually gaining control over them, the Sme daily reported.


  7. Issue of the Day : Tiriac, billionaire againRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Nine O'Clock

    The 2015 edition of Forbes World's Billionaires list informs us that after a "dry spell" in what concerns Romania's billionaires, this year we have two of them. Ioan Niculae, one of the most important investors in Romanian agriculture, is 1,605th in the world's wealthiest people's list with a wealth estimated at USD 1.2 bln.


  8. Great-value Money Transfers Finally Reached CroatiaRead the original story

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    When Paysera, an e-money institution licensed in Europe, concluded a partnership agreement with the biggest Croatian bank Zagrebacka Banka, costs of international money transfers to Croatia dropped to 1 HRK . Croatia became the last European Union country to which international transfers in its national currency and at the local rates were impossible until now.


  9. Regions adjust to tax changesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Slovak Spectator

    THE BEGINNING of 2015 brought a radical change in the revenue structure of Slovakia's eight self-governing regions, after the government shifted revenues from the taxation of motor vehicles into the state budget and increased the share that self-governing regions receive from income tax to compensate for the loss. Some have welcomed the shift, whereas others allege it is the first step to dismantling regional autonomy.


  10. Advent plans sale of Partner in Pet Food: sourcesRead the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | Reuters

    Partner in Pet Food , a European pet food maker, has been put up for sale by private equity firm Advent International, sources familiar with the matter said on Monday. The move by Advent is the latest in a string of deals in a growing and increasingly lucrative pet care industry.


  11. DS Smith to Acquire Duropack for EUR 300 MillionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Paper Age

    Feb. 24, 2015 - London-based DS Smith recently announced the proposed acquisition of the Duropack business for approximately EUR 300 million. Duropack, a recycled corrugated board packaging business with market-leading positions across South Eastern Europe, is being acquired from CP Group 2 BV, a One Equity Partners subsidiary.


  12. Human resources sector highlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | Slovak Spectator

    It is almost the lowest number in the European Union; only Bulgarians have a lower share of part-timers. The EU average is almost 20 percent while the leader is the Netherlands where some 50 percent of employees work that way.


  13. Communism couldn't keep Slovakian croissants or bajgels from a comebackRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | The Star Online

    For Slovaks, it is the stuff of Marcel Proust's madeleine recollections: a scrumptious, crescent-shaped pastry filled with walnuts or poppy seeds that triggers a rush of memories. All but forgotten under the decades and drabness of communism, the tasty Bratislavske rozky or bajgel, as it is also called is making a comeback.


  14. Cash-strapped Ukraine struggles to keep Russia gas suppliesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Newsday

    A man boils water for tea outside a damaged apartment building, disconnected from cooking gas and electricity, in Debaltseve, Ukraine, Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015. After weeks of relentless fighting, which inflicted severe damage to most buildings the embattled Ukrainian rail hub of Debaltseve fell last week to Russia-backed separatists.


  15. T-Mobile US Spurs Growth at Deutsche TelekomRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Light Reading

    Deutsche Telekom has reported an increase in sales and earnings for 2014 thanks to ongoing success at its T-Mobile US business, although its other operating units continue to show signs of weakness. The results indicate that Europe's biggest operator has become increasingly dependent on its US business for sales growth.


  16. Cornerstone Chorale in ConcertRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 |

    The Cornerstone University Chorale of Grand Rapids, Michigan will appear in concert at First Presbyterian Church of Freehold on Saturday February 28, 2015 at 7:30pm. The Chorale, conducted by Dr. Kent Walters, is a select choral ensemble of 36 singers who perform a variety of choral literature from Renaissance to contemporary genres including gospel and spirituals.


  17. Issue of the day : Viktor Orban is angryaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Nine O'Clock

    In recent months Hungarian Premier Viktor Orban has stopped being a star even in his country. Vladimir Putin's visit was contested by thousands of Hungarians in the street.


  18. MOL Hungary: losses of USD 254.6 M in Q4Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Nine O'Clock

    Hungary's MOL has reported losses in Q4 of 2014 because of exceptional costs and the fall in oil prices, Reuters informs. In October-December 2014 the company registered net losses of HUF 68.8 bln , compared to a net profit of HUF 5.2 bln in the same period the year before and a net profit of HUF 28.5 bln in Q3 of 2014.


  19. DS Smith to acquire DuropackRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Recycling Today

    United Kingdom-based packaging and recycling firm DS Smith Plc has announced plans to acquire Duropack from CP Group 2 BV, a subsidiary of the private equity firm One Equity Partners, for about 300 million . Austria-based Duropack is a recycled corrugated board packaging business with a presence throughout Southeastern Europe.


  20. War in Ukraine will continue in EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Pravda

    Pravda.Ru had an interview with the Prime Minister of the breakaway republic of Carpathian Ruthenia Pyotr Getsko. We talked to Mr. Getsko about the state of affairs in Ukraine after the Minsk-2 talks, the capital flight from Kiev to Galicia , and about a real scenario to move the war from Ukraine further to Europe.