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October 2, 2022

ZEW: Romania’s economic outlook for next six months has worsened

According to a ZEW Research Institute survey, the financial analysts’ perception on Romania’s economic outlook in the next six months has registered the severest worsening in Central and Eastern Europe in October, Mediafax informs. Thus, the index dropped by 30.2 points to -35.8 points. Turkey and Poland surpassed Romania, growing by 16 points to -15.4 points and by 11.8 points to -25 points respectively. Romania is currently behind the Czech Republic (-38.6 points).

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