Source: Economist -

Forecast in the context of historical data

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TEXT:"The overall current-account deficit for the six biggest economies of Central Europe (Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania and Bulgaria) is forecast to be $6.2 billion in the 1996, or 2% of their total GDP. But, as the chart shows, there are considerable differences between countries. Although the Europe Commission expects the Hungarian current-account deficit to shrink, it is likely to remain the largest in the region.