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Таблица 1

ВВП в постоянных ценах, 1990-1999 гг.

(изменения в % по годам)

1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999 (оцен.)

Центральная Европа

Польша

-11,6

-7,0

2,6

3,8

5,2

7,0

6,1

6,9

4,8

4,1

Чешская Республика

-1,2

-11,5

-3,3

0,6

2,2

5,9

4,8

-1,0

-2,2

-0,2

Словакия

-2,5

-14,6

-6,5

-3,7

4,9

6,9

6,6

6,1

4,4

1,9

Венгрия

-3,5

-11,9

-3,1

-0,6

2,9

1,5

1,3

4,6

4,9

4,5

Юго-Восточная Европа

Румыния

-5,6

-12,9

-8,8

1,5

3,9

7,1

4,1

-6,6

-5,4

-3,2

Болгария

-9,1

-11,7

-7,3

-1,5

1,8

2,9

-10,1

-7,0

3,5

2,5

Балтия

Эстония

-6,5

-13,6

-14,2

-9,0

-2,0

4,3

3,9

10,6

4,7

-1,4

Латвия

2,9

-10,4

-34,9

-14,9

0,6

-0,8

3,3

8,6

3,9

0,1

Литва

-5,0

-5,7

-21,3

-16,2

-9,8

3,3

4,7

7,3

5,1

-4,1

СНГ

Россия

-4,0

-5,0

-14,5

-8,7

-12,7

-4,1

-3,5

0,8

-4,6

3,2

Беларусь

-3,0

-1,2

-9,6

-7,6

-12,6

-10,4

2,8

11,4

8,3

3,0

Украина

-3,4

-11,6

-13,7

-14,2

-23,0

-12,2

-10,0

-3,0

-1,7

-0,4

Молдова

-2,4

-17,5

-29,1

-1,2

-31,2

-1,4

-7,8

1,3

-8,6

-4,4

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