English, Article edition: CEEC Growth Still Overtakes Western Europe Vasily Astrov

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  • CEEC Growth Still Overtakes Western Europe
Author
  • Vasily Astrov
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  • Economic growth in Central and East European countries (CEECs) in 2007 was driven primarily by the strong domestic demand, especially for consumer goods. The latter resulted from both higher incomes (particularly in Central Europe's new EU countries) and expanding household credit (elsewhere), although the pace of credit expansion has slowed down somewhat, not least due to government efforts to avoid excessive "overheating". Another distinction between these two country groups has been in the sectoral patterns of growth: the main growth engine was industry in the Central European new EU countries and the services sector elsewhere.
  • MOEL Wirtschaftsbericht 2007 Osteuropa, Südosteuropa, Mitteleuropa
  • RePEc:wfo:monber:y:2008:i:5:p:377-392
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