Erste Group report:Romania could have the fastest economic growth rhythm in CEE

In 2016, Central and Eastern Europe’s (CEE) 3.1 percent growth will surpass the Euro Area’s 1.6 percent, despite the slowing down of the inflow of European grants, and Romania’s growth rhythm will accelerate to 4.1 percent, while Poland (3.6 percent) and Slovakia (3.5 percent) will maintain the growth registered in…...

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