Emerging Europe Economic Tracker—Insights and Trends, Quarter 2, 2016

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The Q2 2016 economic outlook for the emerging European economies shows mixed results. While domestic demand is driving the growth momentum in economies such as the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland, limited EU funding is likely to restrain short term growth. Turkey is also gaining momentum, political and geopolitical risks notwithstanding. Ukraine, after two years of continued economic contraction, is likely to register positive growth in 2016 thanks to uptick in domestic demand. Country Coverage – Emerging Europe• The Czech Republic• Hungary• Poland• Turkey• UkraineYear, Quarter and Month Coverage• Yearly Data: 2010 – 2020• Quarterly Data: Q1 2010 – Q3 2018• Monthly Data: January 2010

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