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This is the fourth consecutive Transition Report to be written in the shadow of an economic crisis in the transition region. The region is still vulnerable, both because of legacies from the previous crisis and pre-crisis periods – high non-performing loans and foreign currency-denominated debt – and its strong dependence on the eurozone. The Transition Report analyses the importance of economic integration, focusing specifically on the changing financial landscape in the eurozone single currency bloc and the creation of new pan-European institutions. It also assesses the role of trade integration.
Executive summary (166KB - PDF)
Foreword (202KB - PDF)
Chapter 1: Progress in structural reforms (1MB - PDF)
Chapter 2: Transition region in the shadows (3MB - PDF)
Chapter 3: Towards a pan-European (2MB - PDF)
Chapter 4: Regional trade integration (2MB - PDF)
In focus: Selected images from around the region (2MB - PDF)
Country Assessments (7MB - PDF)
Methodological Notes (214KB - PDF)
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|Central Europe and the Baltic states||South-eastern Europe|
|Estonia||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Eastern Europe and the Caucasus||Central Asia|
|Southern and eastern Mediterranean|
Last updated 7 November 2012
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