With the date set for Britain’s referendum on whether to stay within the European Union (EU) or withdraw its membership – the so-called ‘Brexit’ – and renewed talk of a ‘Grexit’ as finance ministers further deliberate over Greece’s ongoing debt crisis, Europe finds itself under intense scrutiny again as the year unfolds.
The region continues to bear the brunt of external economic headwinds, something that is a cause for concern for its developed economies in particular. Yet in some quarters there is a notion that Europe’s economy is in its best shape for more than half a decade and some of the region’s developing nations still have much potential to be realised. Many of these can be found in Central Europe.
Here, we explore the notable trends right now in the core industrial gas markets of Central Europe and the Balkan States, according to gasworld Business Intelligence.
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