Keyur Patel, ft.com
Estonia released fourth quarter GDP data on Friday – and the news wasn’t good. The economy grew 4 per cent year-on-year, down from 8 per cent in the previous quarter and its slowest pace in one and a half years.
With a raft of data due next week, how will other economies in emerging Europe fare? According to Capital Economics, both the Czech Republic and Hungary have real reason to worry – with the Czech Republic likely to be the first country in the region to fall back into recession.
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Recession looming over CEE