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  • CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE – LEGAL WEEK

    CEE

    Sandwiched between a turbulent Ukraine and a troublesome Russia to the east, and a troubled eurozone to the west, Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries are inevitably affected by the acute problems of these larger neighbours – the chief providers of their trade and investment.

    Some fare better than others. Poland has been one of the fastest growing economies – a byword for stability in the CEE and, with 40 million citizens, the region’s largest. It is also the only EU member state to avoid post-crisis recession.