The economies of Eastern European states, mainly Romania, Hungary and Poland, performed generally better than expected in the first quarter, which marked the end of the great synchronized slowdown and the beginning of what is described as the most severe recession. decades for the euro area, thanks to domestic consumption, industrial production and construction. But analysts warn that evil will not bypass the East either, but it will strike very disproportionately. What happens next depends on how quickly the euro area recovers.
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