"I think that the story with Ales Bialiatski’s persecution has taught European countries to be more careful with Belarusian initiatives in such matters", - says economist and politician Leu Marholin.
14.07.2016 | 08:14
In 2015, exports of IT services by exceeded $700 million. The industry’s success is due to tax benefits, high quality of Belarusian specialists, and limited abilities of the state to interfere.
10.04.2016 | 10:46
Belarus is a country better known for its Soviet-style economy and often dubbed “Europe’s last dictatorship”. Yet one industry has escaped government interference: IT. And it’s thriving.
03.04.2016 | 09:26
The removal of sanctions against Belarus earlier this year led to increased interest from institutional investors such as the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, writes Yarik Kryvoi.
26.03.2016 | 09:03
Although the arrested businessman Yury Chyzh is far from being Belarus' Khodorkovsky, his strong position seems to have challenged the old guard, write Siarhei Bohdan & Ryhor Astapenia.
22.03.2016 | 11:35
The 17th Assembly of Business Circles took place in Minsk with the slogan "Challenge the crisis"; the moods among business leaders varied from cautious optimism to anticipations of near disaster.
04.03.2016 | 08:15
The assessment process has been conducted in co-operation with the Government of the Republic of Belarus and with the participation of relevant stakeholders including private sector representatives.
30.01.2016 | 11:56