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International Monetary Fund. European Dept.
Published Date:
May 2011
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    This Regional Economic Outlook: Europe—Strengthening the Recovery was written by Céline Allard, Lone Christiansen, Phakawa Jeasakul, Yuko Kinoshita, Jeta Menkulasi, Esther Perez, Irina Tytell, Jérôme Vandenbussche, Nico Valckx, and Johannes Wiegand under the guidance of Bas Bakker and Christoph Klingen, with contributions from Thomas Harjes, David Hofman, Hanan Morsy, Thierry Tressel, and Justin Tyson. The Regional Economic Outlook: Europe was coordinated by the Emerging Europe Regional Division of the IMF’s European Department and overseen by Antonio Borges (Director) of the European Department. Cleary Haines, Xiaobo Shao, and Jessie Yang provided research assistance, and Amara Myaing provided administrative assistance. Joanne Blake and Michael Harrup of the External Relations Department oversaw the production. The report is based on data as of April 13, 2011. The views expressed in this report are those of the IMF Staff and should not be attributed to Executive Directors or their national authorities.

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