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Monthly Report No. 6/2019

Vasily Astrov (), Rumen Dobrinsky (), Richard Grieveson (), Doris Hanzl-Weiß, Gabor Hunya (), Sebastian Leitner, Isilda Mara (), Olga Pindyuk, Leon Podkaminer, Sandor Richter, Hermine Vidovic () and Goran Vukšić
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Rumen Dobrinsky: The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw, https://wiiw.ac.at/rumen-dobrinsky-s-84.html
Isilda Mara: The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw, https://wiiw.ac.at/isilda-mara-s-739.html
Hermine Vidovic: The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw, https://wiiw.ac.at/hermine-vidovic-s-18.html

No 2019-06, wiiw Monthly Reports from The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw

Abstract: Central, East and Southeast Europe Recent Economic Developments and Forecast Table Overview 2017-2018 and outlook 2019-2021 (p. 1) Figures GDP growth in 2018-2021 and contribution of individual demand components in percentage points (p. 2) Albania Institutional clash threatens stability (by Isilda Mara; p. 3) Belarus Economy past the trough (by Rumen Dobrinsky; p. 4) Bosnia and Herzegovina Some positive economic signals despite political stalemate (by Goran Vukšić; p. 5) Bulgaria Exports support an unexpected upturn (by Rumen Dobrinsky; p. 6) Croatia Surprisingly strong start to the year (by Hermine Vidovic; p. 7) Czech Republic Moderate growth continues (by Leon Podkaminer; p. 8) Estonia External demand above expectations (by Sebastian Leitner; p. 9) Hungary Signs of overheating (by Sándor Richter; p. 10) Kazakhstan Trying to preserve the status quo (by Olga Pindyuk; p. 11) Kosovo Stumbling Serbia–Kosovo dialogue (by Isilda Mara; p. 12) Latvia Pace of growth changes to a lower gear (by Sebastian Leitner; p. 13) Lithuania Domestic and external demand remain strong (by Sebastian Leitner; p. 14) Moldova Stable growth supported by lax fiscal policy (by Gábor Hunya; p. 15) Montenegro Impressive surge in employment (by Goran Vukšić; p. 16) North Macedonia On the way back up (by Richard Grieveson; p. 17) Poland Social spending supports high growth (by Leon Podkaminer; p. 18) Romania Still overheating (by Gábor Hunya; p. 19) Russia On the verge of recession (by Vasily Astrov; p. 20) Serbia Adjusting back to reality (by Richard Grieveson; p. 21) Slovakia Growth boosted by Jaguar Land Rover (by Doris Hanzl-Weiss; p. 22) Slovenia Returning to a moderate growth path (by Hermine Vidovic; p. 23) Turkey Still close to the eye of the storm (by Richard Grieveson; p. 24) Ukraine Growth holds steady despite political storm (by Olga Pindyuk; p. 25)

Keywords: economic forecasts; GDP; GDP growth; consumer prices; unemployment; current account; investment; household consumption; net exports (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 27 pages including 24 Tables and 1 Figure
Date: 2019-06
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