Dec 7, 2010
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- In comparison with other emerging market regions, such as emerging Asia and Latin America, the growth pace in the CE-3 is slower.
- The major risk to the outlook stems from growth dynamics in the eurozone, home to the CE-3’s key trading partners and their main source of foreign investment.
- The CE-3 central banks are entering tightening mode, with Hungary becoming the first to hike rates in November. Poland is likely next in line.
Growth Dynamics: Domestic Demand on the Rebound
Economic growth is gathering pace across the CE-3 economies (Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland). All three[...]
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