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CEE downturns easing, but tepid growth to follow

Economies across Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) have significantly underperformed the euro-zone and the rest of the world in recent quarters, which has its roots in the scale of the inflation shock that the region suffered and the impact on domestic demand. The worst of the downturn appears to have passed, but we still expect only slow recoveries and our GDP growth forecasts this year remain below consensus.

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