Month: May 2021

Political Impasse in Bulgaria

Caretaker Government Takes Office Ahead of Snap Parliamentary Elections Scheduled for July 11th Bulgaria has been plunged into a major political impasse after the country’s much-anticipated parliamentary elections on April 4 failed to produce a stable government with a clear mandate. The multi-directional political rivalry between traditional Bulgarian parties and political newcomers has led to …

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Restrictive Measures by Belarus Authorities Against Western Companies

Following the Presidential elections in Belarus in August 2020 and subsequent actions by the Belarusian authorities suppressing protests, relations between Belarus and both the European Union and US have deteriorated significantly. The EU and several other European states have imposed sanctions on Belarus’s government officials and commercial enterprises. Belarus responded by imposing counter-sanctions on individual …

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Foreign Investments in Russia Safety Alert

Overview of Limitations of Foreign Investments and Consequences for Foreign Companies in Russia Due to the significant changes of the investment climate in Russia, the

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