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Inflation threats pose dilemmas for CEE policymakers

Elevated inflation is giving policymakers in Central and Eastern Europe headaches. Two of the regions’ outperformers, Poland and Hungary, are seeing headline inflation at around 5%. While we think many of the inflation drivers are transitory, some pose genuine risks.

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