The Flows of Capital in Central and Eastern Europe

The flows of capital from Central and Eastern Europe have started to penetrate beyond the safety and the stability of Poland and of the Czech Republic and the investors willing to risk are showing an increased interest for markets such as Romania and Hungary, according to Financial Times. For Globalworth investments fund, who is preparing a financing of 200 million euro for investments in Romania, the entrance of the other investors on the Romanian market might be the end of a period when the competition was modest. “At this moment there is a bit less competition for the businesses we are interested in. Everybody is looking at Poland and this is not bad for us, because Read more