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What do Germany’s struggles mean for CEE?

The continued weakness in the German economy that we expect over the rest of this decade presents a challenge to the export-orientated economies of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). While GDP growth is likely to be slower in CEE over the coming years than it was in the run-up to the pandemic, we still think that the region will continue to enjoy strong income convergence.

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