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Bulletin of Central and Eastern Europe: The economic situation in the region of Central and Eastern European countries, Łukasz Białek

In 2014 a revival in the economies of most countries of Central and Estern Europe took place. The level ofactual GDP has increased in eight economies out of the eleven analysed countries. The highest level of the actual GDP increase in 2014 took place in economies of such countries as: Hungary, Czech Republic and Poland. The increasing tendency of GDP is an outcome of the growing domestic demand, consumption and investments.