Central, Eastern European EU member states face fiscal consolidation challenge

  • Containing debt-to-GDP ratios is crucial as funding costs and energy, defence spending rises

  • Most CEE-11 countries have improved public debt profiles in past decade

  • Relying too much on foreign debt exposes public finances to currency risk amid high, volatile energy, commodity prices

March 16th, 2023
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