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Central & Eastern Europe GDP (Q4 2023)

Q4 GDP figures out of Central and Eastern Europe showed that the region ended last year on a weak note, but the outlook for 2024 looks brighter. While soft external demand is likely to remain a drag on growth over the next few quarters, we think that lower domestic inflation and interest rates will support a recovery in domestic demand across the region.

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