Just 63.23% of Romanians have a cinema within a 30-minute drive, and there are far fewer cinema screens per capita across the Central and Southeast European EU member states than in the western part of the bloc.
wiiw warns that a spike in global interest rates would be dangerous for the numerous countries in CESEE with high private and public external debt.
Poland's consumer price index expanded 1.9% y/y in January, shedding 0.2pp compared to the annual growth rate seen in the preceding month.
Polish economic growth loses some pace compared to the seasonally adjusted y/y expansion of 5.2% in the third quarter.
There were $5.8bn of issues in the bond markets of Central and Eastern Europe in January, well ahead of the $390mn of issues a year ago.