TMF Group is pleased to present its Economist Intelligence Unit paper along with its CEEMEA paper which elaborate on both business opportunities and risks in Central and South Eastern Europe.
Solid recovery in Central and Eastern Europe is helping to “pull up” neighbours in the South-East of the region, and the cluster of nine countries across central and south eastern Europe is making the most of a weak euro and lower oil prices, according to two reports commissioned by TMF Group and released today.
Business risks and opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe, commissioned by TMF Group and published by The Economist Intelligence Unit, finds that the business environment for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) is strengthening in several countries in CEE, particularly in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. However, businesses still face challenges in the administrative, regulatory and tax environments.
South East Europe (SEE), which has been lagging behind in the recovery stakes, might now be worth a fresh look for those corporate executives under pressure to find growth globally, according to the CEEMEA Business Group in research commissioned by TMF Group.
To find out more about the business risks and opportunities download the full report
of the Economist Intelligence Unit and CEEMEA Business Group.