Moldova may scrap a trade agreement with the European Union after the country’s next parliamentary elections, Moldovan President Igor Dodon said on Tuesday. Dodon said it was “curious” that Moldova’s trade turnover with the EU had wilted since signing a political and trade pact with the bloc in 2014. Source: Reuters/Yahoo
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The anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats have overtaken the center-right Moderates and are the second most popular party in the Nordic country, polls showed this week. The party got 19.2 percent support in a poll published on Thursday by Novus for Swedish Television. Source: Reuters
“In a society where ageing is growing, savings — including capital invested abroad –- will fall as pensioners use that to finance their consumption in Germany,” it said. “This will probably reduce the current account surplus and could even turn it into a deficit.” Source: Reuters
Hundreds of supporters of the United Patriots coalition blocked border checkpoints between Bulgaria and Turkey for several hours on March 21 in a bid to prevent “electoral tourism”. Sofia has several times criticised what it says is interference in the election by Turkish officials. Source: Bneintellinews