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The first regular government formed after three extraordinary parliamentary elections, with pending reforms on the horizon, are a source of moderate optimism in Bulgaria, according to Djingov, Gouginski, Kyutchukov & Velichkov Partner Violetta Kunze.

While real estate in the country is still going strong, according to BPV Braun Partners Partner Miroslav Dudek, bankruptcy disputes and the financial problems of tenants from industries hit by COVID-19 restrictions are on the rise in the Czech Republic.

Even though changes could be in the pipeline for Serbia given the upcoming April 2022 presidential and parliamentary elections, the central Balkan country is in a state of stability and steady advancement, according to Radovanovic Stojanovic & Partners Partner Sasa Stojanovic.

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