A EU Strategy for Low-Carbon Mobility

The transition towards a low-carbon economy is globally gaining momentum. In this context, the European Commission is keen to accelerate the shift to low-carbon emissions and the transport sector – responsible for about one quarter of Europe’s greenhouse gas emissions – is in the spotlight.

High emissions resulting from congested traffic are becoming increasingly frequent in Central and Eastern Europe, with rising private automobile ownership and decline in public transport use in the past decades becoming the norm.


CEEC economies to grow by 3% in 2016, FocusEconomics says

Stable and further growth predicted for the CEE region in 2016.

According to FocusEconomics, an established provider of economic analysis and forecasts for 127 countries worldwide, the main economies in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) will grow at a 3.0% in 2016. Benefiting from low oil and energy prices and the Eurozone’s gradual recovery in 2015, countries such as Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania may still count on optimistic and stable 2016 outlooks.

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