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IMFSurvey Magazine: Countries & Regions

Tram in Prague, the Czech Republic. While most of the regional economies have grown, catching up with advanced Europe will take longer (photo: Pacific Press/Sipa USA/Newscom)

Emerging Europe Moves Ahead but Slower

May 06, 2016

Most of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern European economies (CESEE) continue to record robust growth, while Russia and other countries in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) remain in recession, says the IMF in its latest Regional Economic Issues report.click for more

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