Austria

Bulgaria

Croatia

Czech Republic

Estonia

Hungary

Latvia

Lithuania

Moldova

Poland

Romania

Serbia

Slovakia

Slovenia

 

Austria
Did you know?
Austria’s name in German, Österreich, derives from the old Germanic word "Ostarrîchi," meaning "land in the east," and was first recorded in 996.

Embassies:
Austrian Embassy
U.S. Embassy Vienna

Trade & Investment Resources:
Advantage Austria
U.S. Commercial Service
American Chamber of Commerce in Austria

 

Bulgaria
Did you know?
Bulgaria is the only European country that hasn’t changed its name since its foundation 1300 years ago.

Embassies:
Bulgarian Embassy
U.S. Embassy Sofia

Trade & Investment Resources:
Invest Bulgaria
U.S. Commercial Service
American Chamber of Commerce in Bulgaria

 

Croatia
Did you know?
The tie (cravat), today an essential fashion accessory for men and women, was named after an item in the uniform of Croatian soldiers during the Thirty Years War.

Embassies:
Croatian Embassy
U.S. Embassy Zagreb

Trade & Investment Resources:
Agency for Investments and Competitiveness
U.S. Commercial Service
American Chamber of Commerce in Croatia

 

Czechia
Did you know?
The word ‘robot’ is of Czech origin: 'robota' in Czech and other Slavic languages means hard, strenuous labor.

Embassies:
Czech Embassy
U.S. Embassy Prague

Trade & Investment Resources:
CzechTrade
U.S. Commercial Service
American Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic

 

Estonia
Did you know?
Estonia has the highest number of meteorite craters per land area in the world.

Embassies:
Estonian Embassy
U.S. Embassy Tallinn

Trade & Investment Resources:
Estonian Investment Agency
U.S. Commercial Service
American Chamber of Commerce in Estonia

 

Hungary
Did you know?
Hungarian engineer, Ernő Rubik, invented the world famous logic-toy the Rubik’s Cube.

Embassies:
Hungarian Embassy
U.S. Embassy Budapest

Trade & Investment Resources:
Hungarian Investment Promotion Agency
U.S. Commercial Service
American Chamber of Commerce in Hungary

 

Latvia
Did you know?
The first written record of a decorated Christmas tree comes from Riga in 1510.

Embassies:
Latvian Embassy
U.S. Embassy Riga

Trade & Investment Resources:
Investment and Development Agency of Latvia
U.S. Commercial Service
American Chamber of Commerce in Latvia

 

Lithuania
Did you know?
The central geographical point of the continent of Europe is in Lithuania.

Embassies:
Lithuanian Embassy
U.S. Embassy Vilnius

Trade & Investment Resources:
Invest Lithuania
Enterprise Lithuania
U.S. Commercial Service
American Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania

 

Moldova
Did you know?
The Republic of Moldova is known for its famous underground wine galleries, and owns the world's largest wine collection as recognized by the Guinness Book.

Embassies:
Moldovan Embassy
U.S. Embassy Chișinău

Trade & Investment Resources:
Moldova Investment and Export Promotion Organization
Moldova Government
Moldova Ministry of Economy
American Chamber of Commerce in Moldova
National Office for Vine and Wine/Wine of Moldova

 

Poland
Did you know?
Polish scientist Maria Sklodowska-Curie was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize and is the only person to ever win two Nobel Prizes in different categories: chemistry and physics.

Embassies:
Polish Embassy
U.S. Embassy Warsaw

Trade & Investment Resources:
Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency
Polish Agency for Enterprise Development!
U.S. Commercial Service
American Chamber of Commerce in Poland

 

Romania
Did you know?
Romanian inventor Petrache Poenaru created the world’s first fountain pen.

Embassies:
Romanian Embassy
U.S. Embassy Bucharest

Trade & Investment Resources:
U.S. Commercial Service
American Chamber of Commerce in Romania
InvestRomania

 

Serbia
Did you know?
Serbia is considered home to the one of the world’s best tennis player, Novak Djokovic, and one of the world’s worst cars, the Yugo.

Embassies:
Serbian Embassy
U.S. Embassy Belgrade

Trade & Investment Resources:
Serbia Investment and Export Promotion Agency
U.S. Commercial Service
American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia

 

Slovakia
Did you know?
Bratislava is the only capital in the world bordering two countries: Hungary and Austria.

Embassies:
Slovakian Embassy
U.S. Embassy Bratislava

Trade & Investment Resources:
Slovak Investment and Trade Development Agency
U.S. Commercial Service
American Chamber of Commerce in the Slovak Republic

 

Slovenia
Did you know?
The world-renowned Lipica stud Farm, famous for its Lipizzaner horses, has operated in Slovenia since its founding in 1580.

Embassies:
Slovenian Embassy
U.S. Embassy Ljubljana

Trade & Investment Resources:
Invest Slovenia
SPIRIT Slovenia
U.S. Commercial Service
American Chamber of Commerce in Slovenia