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Monthly Report No. 11/2009

Listed author(s):
  • Vasily Astrov

    ()

    (The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw)

  • Vladimir Gligorov

    ()

    (The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw)

  • Peter Havlik

    ()

    (The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw)

  • Josef Pöschl
  • Hermine Vidovic

    ()

    (The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw)

Russian Federation signs of fragile recovery (by P. Havlik; pp. 1-3) Keywords economic forecasts, GDP growth, inflation Countries covered Austria, Russia Topics Macroeconomic Analysis, Forecasts and Policy Ukraine ongoing credit crunch (by V. Astrov; pp. 4-6) Keywords economic forecasts, GDP growth, inflation Countries covered Ukraine Topics Macroeconomic Analysis, Forecasts and Policy Croatia debt repayment remains a serious challenge (by H. Vidovic; pp. 7-9) Keywords economic forecasts, GDP growth, inflation Countries covered Croatia Topics Macroeconomic Analysis, Forecasts and Policy Macedonia elusive recovery (by V. Gligorov; pp. 10-11) Keywords economic forecasts, GDP growth, inflation Countries covered Macedonia Topics Macroeconomic Analysis, Forecasts and Policy Turkey waiting for new take-off after hard but safe landing (by J. Pöschl; pp. 12-14) Keywords economic forecasts, GDP growth, inflation Countries covered Turkey Topics Macroeconomic Analysis, Forecasts and Policy Statistical Annex Selected monthly data on the economic situation in Southeast Europe, Russia and Ukraine (pp. 15-23) Guide to wiiw statistical services on Central, East and Southeast Europe, Russia and Ukraine (p. 25)

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Length: 28 pages including 13 Tables
Date of creation: Nov 2009
Publication status: Published as wiiw Monthly Report
Handle: RePEc:wii:mpaper:mr:2009-11
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