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  |  06.07.2015

The economic growth in CEE in 2015 surprises, partially, in a positive manner

The sub-region of EU member states from CEE is in a privileged position due to a better integration with the euro zone.

Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) had a good beginning in 2015. Supported by the revitalization of demand in the euro zone and the massive liquidity due to the quantitative relaxation policy of the Central European Bank, the economic growth of CEE surprised positively, but not the same everywhere. While Central Europe has consolidated, in Turkey, growth still remains fragile, and in Croatia and Serbia – uncertain.

 

For more information, please see the Romanian version of the article, here.
 

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