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Energy crisis support won’t avert recessions across CEE

Fiscal support to protect households and businesses from sky-high energy prices generally amounts to around 2-3% of GDP across Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). This will cushion, rather than fully offset, the hit to real economic activity from the energy crisis, which is why we still expect a sharp regional slowdown and for some economies to fall into recession.

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