Central and Eastern Europe's Financial Elite Gathered at the CEE Forum in Vienna

Published: January 20, 2016; 15:30 · (Vindobona)

The 21st Euromoney Central and Eastern European Forum ended in Vienna today, where 1000 delegates from the region joined local and international investors to help plan, debate and analyze the economic agenda for the region for the year ahead. The vast majority of the delegates have a negative outlook for the year 2016. Only one of the participants expects that this year CEE will grow more than 3.5%.

Austria's Finance Minister opens the Central and Eastern European Forum at the Vienna Hilton / Picture: © FriedlNews

The Euromoney Central and Eastern European Forum is an opportune gathering for central European policy makers to meet and share insights as well as discuss key issues that can potentially affect the region for the year ahead.

Policymakers and corporate leaders took the opportunity to meet with investors from inside and outside the region.

Despite, or perhaps…

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